Prerequisite for Admission

During the first year at Molloy, or at anytime thereafter, a highly-motivated student desiring admittance to the Interdisciplinary Studies major can declare areas of concentration with the chairperson for this major. Students who want to add this major or change to this major, must use the regular "change of major form." The candidate will present a rationale that has internal coherence. This rationale must demonstrate that the student has a unique goal, unobtainable in any already existing major.

Approval for the student to proceed as a major in Interdisciplinary Studies will be decided by the chairperson for Interdisciplinary Studies. In the event of a conflict, the final decision will be made by the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Transfer students will be required to take 12 of the required credits for each area of concentration at Molloy, in either a hybrid, online or face-to-face format.