The Interdisciplinary Master's degree is a 30-hour program that allows students to combine multiple fields of study. Students are generally required to combine three different academic fields, with up to 18 hours completed in their primary field of study. While there are both thesis and non-thesis options available, most students complete a final capstone project that illustrates the trans-disciplinary nature of their studies. Many academic fields are available with approval from each department, and courses may be taken online or face-to-face as offered by each individual program.
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University of North Texas