Program Facts

  • GU Interdisciplinary Studies Facts

    • Gannon students in the interdisciplinary studies program work closely with the program director in designing an individualized course of study. In addition, all students are encouraged to complete a minor related to their career interests.
    • Gannon students can pursue their degree in a variety of concentrations, including business, communication arts, criminal justice, English, fine arts, foreign language, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, social work, theatre and communication arts and theology.
    • Gannon interdisciplinary students can take advantage of the cooperative education program to gain professional work experience. Depending on the student’s career objectives, various co-ops and internships are available with advertising and marketing agencies, insurance companies, law firms, health organizations, media organizations and nonprofit social organizations.