Interdisciplinary Studies


UCI offers a variety of interdisciplinary programs of study which span the boundaries of traditional academic scholarship and provide students with opportunities to pursue subject areas deriving from the interaction of different disciplines. Faculty participation is determined by research and teaching interests and, as such, faculty may be drawn from various departments and schools across the campus.

This section presents information about the following:

Business Information Management (major)
Computer Science and Engineering (major)
Computational Science (graduate program)
Civic and Community Engagement (minor)
Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems (graduate program)
Environmental Science and Policy (major)
Global Middle East Studies (major, minor)
Global Sustainability (minor)
History and Philosophy of Science (minor)
Mathematical, Computational, and Systems Biology (graduate program)
Medical Humanities (minor)
Native American Studies (minor)
Pharmacological Sciences (graduate program)
Networked Systems (graduate program)
Transportation Science (graduate program)

The School of Humanities section presents information about the following:

African American Studies (major, minor)
Archaeology (minor)
Asian American Studies (major, minor, graduate emphasis)
Asian Studies (minor)
Medical Humanities (minor)
Jewish Studies (minor)
Latin American Studies (minor, graduate emphasis)
Religious Studies (major, minor)
Gender and Sexuality Studies (major, minor, graduate emphasis)

The School of Law section presents information about the following:

Program in Law and Graduate Studies

The School of Social Sciences section presents information about the following:

Chicano/Latino Studies (major, minor, graduate emphasis)
Conflict Resolution (minor)

Back to Top