Interdisciplinary Studies - Learning and Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts or Science
This plan will not be available to new students after Summer 2014.
Pedagogy is the study of being a teacher and the various
processes of teaching—including strategies and style of instruction. The
learning and pedagogy interdisciplinary studies degree focuses on conceptual
knowledge related to:
- student learning
- educational issues
- human development
- school and society
Join our small
classes, where you are guaranteed to receive the individual attention you need.
For this degree, you are not required to complete student teaching.
To earn the Interdisciplinary Studies degree, you must
complete at least 120 units of course work:
least 35 units of liberal studies requirements.
least 57-68 units of major requirements for the BA or at least 60-67 units
of major requirements for the BS
courses, if needed, to reach an overall total of at least 120 units
This degree does not lead to teacher certification.
Academic Catalog Listing
See the NAU Academic Catalog for official details on this degree, including:
- Career opportunities for graduates with this degree
- Admission requirements
- Course listing
- Campuses that offer this degree
Interdisciplinary Studies - Learning and Pedagogy, Bachelor of ScienceInterdisciplinary Studies - Learning and Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts