Weekend College offers qualified transfer students the opportunity to achieve their BA in two academic years or less by attending classes on Saturdays, Sundays, and/or online. We offer a major in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS), a creative and exciting mix of courses in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, with concentrations in either American Studies or Global Studies. Weekend College emphasizes thinking critically, reading analytically, doing research in a variety of fields, and writing with clarity and precision—all transferable skills that benefit our alumni in whatever careers or advanced studies they pursue. Weekend College can be both an online and an on-campus experience. While we recognize the utility of online classes, we also value bringing students together for careful mentoring and direct contact with our experienced and expert faculty as well as beneficial classroom interaction with other serious adult students.
A degree in Interdisciplinary Studies through Weekend College offers you not only educational flexibility but also specialization in either American Studies or Global Studies. If your desire is to advance in your current career and you consider a bachelor’s degree your ultimate goal, you will graduate with an excellent education in the liberal arts and sciences that maximizes your potential in any field. Rather than narrowing your career options, Interdisciplinary Studies opens doors to success in a wide range of fields.Is an advanced degree in your future? Interdisciplinary Studies through Weekend College prepares you well for a variety of CSUDH master’s degree programs, including Public Administration, English, Humanities, Counseling, Sociology, Psychology, Environmental Science, Social Work, and Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, and Peacebuilding. Our graduates also pursue advanced degrees in academic fields elsewhere and go on to professional schools for MBAs or JDs.
Anne Soon Choi, Ph.D, MPH, MSW
Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies/Program for Accelerated College Education
California State University, Dominguez Hills
1000 E Victoria St.
Carson, CA 90747
Small College 120A
1000 East Victoria Street, SCC 130, Carson, CA 90747
Telephone (310) 243-3640
Sample Curricula for American Studies Concentration and Global Studies Concentration are available to be downloaded. [Download Adobe Reader here]
1000 E. Victoria Street, Carson, CA 90747 (310) 243-3696