Welcome to Interdisciplinary Studies at Purdue
What's Happening in SIS?
The School of Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) consists of 15 interdisciplinary programs: African American Studies, American Studies, Asian Studies, Asian American Studies, Comparative Literature, Film & Video Studies, Global Studies, Jewish Studies, Latin American & Latino Studies, Linguistics, Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Peace Studies, Philosophy & Literature Ph.D. Program, Religious Studies, and Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies.
Three programs - American Studies, Comparative Literature, and Linguistics - offer Ph.D., M.A., and B.A. degrees. Eleven programs offer the undergraduate major or minor. In addition to the eleven programs is a minor in Native American and Indigenous Studies.
The Interdisciplinary Studies programs together represent an academic unit with its own faculty, resources and budgets, and representation on the Council of Department Heads.
- Fall 2014 Interdisciplinary Studies Courses
- Fall 2014 Textbooks
- Spring 2015 Interdisciplinary Studies Courses
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