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Multidisciplinary StudiesMajor

Design your own plan of study by combining three minors, two of which must be offered by the College of Education and Human Services.

Overview

What is Multidisciplinary Studies at WVU like?

Description

The Multidisciplinary Studies (MDS) program at College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) offers the opportunity to design your own program of study to help you get the career you want. Develop a breadth of knowledge in your chosen career path by choosing from our array of minors, as well as minors available across campus. The MDS program emphasizes flexibility and problem-solving and helps students learn to use specialized knowledge from individual disciplines to analyze problems from divergent perspectives.

An MDS student at CEHS will choose three minor areas (two must be from CEHS) and must demonstrate how these fields of study work together toward their educational and/or career goals.

CEHS offers the following minors:

  • Child Development and Family Studies
  • Disability Studies
  • Early Intervention
  • Family and Youth
  • Infant and Toddler
  • Special Education
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Cost and Aid

How much does Multidisciplinary Studies at WVU cost? And how can you save?

Tuition and Fees

Estimated rates for the 2019-20 academic year. Rates are subject to change. Anyone that is not a current West Virginia resident will be charged non-resident rates. That includes international students.

West Virginia Resident
Per Credit $401
Per Semester $4,812
Fall and Spring Semesters $9,624
Non-Resident
Per Credit $1,093
Per Semester $13,116
Fall and Spring Semesters $26,232
International
Per Credit $1,093
Per Semester $13,416
Fall and Spring Semesters $26,832
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Requirements

What are the requirements to apply for Multidisciplinary Studies at WVU?

To be admitted to WVU's Multidisciplinary Studies major, you must meet WVU's first-time freshman admission requirements for the 2020-21 academic year. Interested in transferring? Review the transfer admission requirements.

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