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Welcome from Dr. Khadijah O. Miller,
Welcome to the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at Norfolk State University!
You will find that Interdisciplinary Studies is a unique, flexible and worthwhile major and academic area. Focusing on five core areas: critical thinking; strong language and communication skills; strong research and writing abilities; being culturally, socially and globally aware and sensitive; and having cognizance of the major ideas that influence the world we exist in, a major in Interdisciplinary Studies allows students to integrate their own talents and interests with the qualities necessary for success.
The faculty and staff in the department are committed to the holistic success of our students and are here to assist students to achieve with excellence!
WELCOME TO THE 2014-2015 Academic Year!!!
There's A LOT OF EXCITEMENT IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES THIS YEAR!!!
The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies welcomes a new faculty member, Dr. April Manalang! She joins us from Bowling Green State University; her areas of expertise are American Studies with a focus on race relations and religion.
The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies has merged with the Department of History to form A BRAND new department: The Department of History and Interdisciplinary Studies. We are now one department offering two degree programs: BS in Interdisciplinary Studies and a BA in History. Dr. Khadijah Miller is chair and Dr. Charles Ford is the coordinator for History programs.
JOIN the INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES STUDENT ASSOCIATION!
STUDENT PARTICIPATION IS NEEDED! The next meeting of the Association will be on Thursday, September 11, 2014 @ 12:30pm in the INT suite (BMH C-108). For more information, contact Erica Bennett in the INT office at 757-823-8198 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOME FALL 2014 REMINDERS: The last day to add/drop a course is Friday, October 10, 2014 (IF a 16 week course).
Midterms are October September 29 – October 4, 2014.
Fall Break is Monday and Tuesday, October 14 & 15, 2014. NO Classes during Fall Break.
MINI-Term II begins Saturday, October 11, 2014. Students can register for Mini-Term II courses until October 10, 2014. Check the course offerings online for course availability.
Registration for Spring 2015 BEGINS October 20, 2014. Register EARLY to maximize your course offerings options.
Remember to check your NSU email daily.