2019 Most Popular Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other) Schools in Alaska

These Are The Most Well Attended Colleges for Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other) in Alaska

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Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other) is within the Multi / Interdisciplinary Studies field of study. 26,197 Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other) students graduate each year from Multi / Interdisciplinary Studies programs. Out of over 384 college majors in the U.S., Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other) is the 22nd most popular.

Alaska Schools Offering Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other) Listed in Order of Popularity

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It's hard to beat University of Alaska Fairbanks if you wish to study Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other). This school is located in the suburban area of Fairbanks, Alaska, near to shops and other entertainment.

With 51.6% of the educators being full time, students are sure to get plenty of face time with teachers. For those who want to carry on after earning a bachelor's degree, this school has graduate programs available. See every one of University of Alaska Fairbanks' rankings to find out more.

University of Alaska Southeast is one of the finest schools in the United States for Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (Other). Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate University of Alaska Southeast's location in the small town of Juneau, Alaska.

In addition to this school being one of the finest institutions in Alaska, 8.7% of its undergraduates are from out-of-state. With 60.7% of the instructors working full time, students are sure to get plenty of interaction with instructors. In what areas is University of Alaska Southeast really succeeding? Check out all of the school's rankings.

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