The degree plan was developed collaboratively by a working group of faculty in Business, Economics, Paralegal Studies, Geology and Geography. Students completing the Interdisciplinary Studies (Land Management) emphasis will complete specific coursework in each of these fields. Students complete core IDS coursework, including the design and implementation of an independent and interdisciplinary research project.
Interdisciplinary Studies (Land Management) BIS Degree Requirements (124 hours)
Interdisciplinary Studies (Land Management) BIS Semester Guide
Availability: Hattiesburg Campus and Gulf Park Campus
Admission Requirements: See University Admission Policies
Program Academic Policies and Requirements:
Practicum: Students compete a Practicum in Land Management (IDS 491 ), requiring 80 hours of associated field experience.