As a college scholar major, you’ll design your own interdisciplinary major and pursue a course of study that cannot be found in an established major. You’ll be able to pursue a particular type of problem, issue or singular aspect of a larger field on which you can focus. That "crux" may be multidisciplinary in its nature or narrow within its discipline: you can explore subjects with a broader integration of related disciplines than most students would attempt, develop a narrow aspect of an interdisciplinary field or pursue a subject in which you are unusually advanced.
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- Take your pick
Students went off to
- Study history of medicine at Johns Hopkins University
- Teach astronomy at Cornell
- Serve as Chief Executive Officer for the Clinton Global Initiative