Program Objectives

  1. Students will develop oral and written expression competences in both languages.
  2. The Program will guide students regarding the appropriate English and Spanish courses in order to strengthen their written and oral communication skills.
  3. Students will apply the use of technological tools in the preparation of documents and presentations.
  4. Students will use technological resources as a means to gather information relevant to a research project.
  5. During their first two to three years of study, students will acquire basic knowledge in science, mathematics and computer sciences.
  6. The Program will provide guidance enabling students to complete a curricular sequence of courses in science, mathematics, computer sciences and free electives according to their career goals.
  7. Upon baccalaureate completion, students will be qualified to pursue graduate or professional studies or enter the workforce in their area of interest.
  8. The Program will stimulate student participation in community service and social interest activities either through student organizations or as their personal service.
  9. Academic counseling will be provided to students classified in other departments at the College of Natural Sciences and on campus on requirements for graduation from the Interdisciplinary Program.
  10. The Program will contribute to strengthening the retention and graduation rates at the College of Natural Sciences.