Offered as a major (B.A. or B.S.)
If you are interested in building a major around a specialized problem, theme, or vocation, this interdisciplinary major is right for you. You will work with an academic adviser to develop a proposal for a course of study that matches your needs.
Possible interdisciplinary majors include graphic design, environmental law and policy, international relations, youth counseling, systems analysis, and human resources management.
For students whose academic goals are not best served by a traditional major, Cal Lutheran offers the opportunity to design an interdisciplinary major in which the student selects courses from more than one department. Independent studies and experiential learning can also be included in the major.
Students work with a faculty mentor and faculty advisory committee to develop a proposal for a course of study that meets the student’s needs. Examples of such majors include environmental law and policy; childhood development and creativity; graphic design; systems analysis; and human resources management.
Professor of Geology and Chair, Geology Department
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Professor and Chair, Chemistry Department
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Professor of Religion
Professor of Political Science
Professor of Drama
Associate Professor of Religion
Professor of Exercise Science
Professor of Multimedia and Chair of the Art Department
Professor of Psychology
Professor of Education and Director of Interdisciplinary Educational Studies
Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Professor of Music
Professor of Sociology
Professor of Computer Science
Professor and Chair of History
Associate Professor of Bioengineering/Physics and Computer Science
Professor of Biology
Professor of Art
Professor and Chair, Department of Languages and Cultures
Chair and Associate Professor of Sociology