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Interdisciplinary Bachelor's Degree

The SDSU undergraduate degree offered in this program has a major in interdisciplinary studies in the following three departments: School of Teacher Education, Dual Language and English Learner Education, and the Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education.

This interdisciplinary degree has been specifically designed with coursework that will provide educators in the Republic of Palau with a strong foundation in research-based education philosophy and instructional methods.

The degree consists of 120 semester units. Within those units, students must complete 50 units at a four-year college/university with the remainder being community college units. Additionally, there is a requirement to complete American Institutions and California Government courses.

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A minimum of two courses (normally defined as six semester units) in each of the three departments selected in the major must be completed in the lower division as foundation for upper division courses. In departments where lower division offerings are insufficient to meet this requirement, the total minimum upper division requirement may be extended. A minimum of 36 upper division units must be selected from the three departments with no fewer than nine units from each of the three departments. Please see the program schedule for the specific distribution of courses among the three departments.

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SDSU Program Address:

Steve Spencer, Ed.D.
6367 Alvarado Court, Suite 350
San Diego, CA 92120
Email: steve.spencer@interwork.sdsu.edu