TTU On-Campus Majors

Program Requirements (minimum of 120 credit hours)

Interdisciplinary Studies is designed to allow individualized majors around a theme, significant problem or topic.

Step 1 - University Admission
You must apply for Undergraduate Admission to TTU and meet all admissions requirements.

Step 2 - General Education
You must meet the General Education Requirements of TTU. If you are a transfer student, it is critical to talk with your advisor prior to enrollment regarding the General Education Requirements and transferability. If you do not have an advisor or do not know who your advisor is, please contact Jeannie Smith, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 931-372-6238.

Step 3 - Registration Information
Once you have been advised and have a registration access code you can follow simple step-by-step instructions for registration.

If you register for any online courses you must go to TTU's RODP web site where you will find links to the virtual bookstore and a sample courses, as well as directions for logging in to class.

All students should check TTU Calendars for important dates to remember.

Lower Division Electives

Additional courses must be taken as electives to satisfy the minimum requirement of 120 credit hours.

Concentration Areas (24 hours)

The major must include two upper division concentration areas (12 hours per area). No course may be used for more than one concentration.

Examples of Concentrations:

Psychology (12 hrs)

Developmental Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Learning and Cognition
Child Psychology

English (12 hrs)
Professional Communication
Literature and Technology
Non Western Literature
Continental Literature

Oher concentrations could be:

  • Communication
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Information Technology
  • Organizational Leadership
  • International Studies
  • Public Relations
  • Check with your advisor for other possible concentrations.


Culminating Special Project (3 hours) (senior status required)

Culminating Special Project must be approved by an advisor. A permit is required to be able to register for the course.

Upper Division Electives (18 hours)

Graduation Requirements include the following: