In addition to meeting the regular University requirements for the Associate of Arts degree, you must complete 32 semester hours of coursework in an individually tailored major concentration. Interested students should consult with their advisor or the area chairperson in the academic discipline. The student is expected to take initiative in designing a unified course of study defined by clear objectives. The resulting program must receive signatures of approval from the Registrar and one faculty member from each discipline in which a significant amount of coursework is taken. These persons comprise the student's advisory committee. When it is filed with the Registrar, the approved course of study becomes the student's degree program. The student must design, obtain approval for and file this Interdisciplinary course of study no later than the end of the second semester in residence.