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Interdisciplinary Studies: Research

Research Digging

Interdisciplinary Studies students have the choice to complete either a thesis or non-thesis track. Those that undertake a thesis aim to explore the intersection of their two concentration areas in an effort to expand, discover, or critique that intersection. The thesis projects created are as diverse as the students completing them. See the below examples of theses produced by Interdisciplinary Studies graduates. 

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For a more comprehensive list of Interdisciplinary Studies theses use the UCF Library Guide found here and search for the Department of Liberal and Interdisciplinary Studies.

 

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