Interdisciplinary Programs and Activities Center

IPAC, the Interdisciplinary Programs and Activities Center at Oswego, is dedicated to promoting interdisciplinarity on our campus by encouraging interdisciplinary curricular development and supporting a range of interdisciplinary programs and activities.

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Contact Information:  222 Campus Center

Craig Graci, Director | craig.graci@oswego.edu

Lori Reitmeier, Program Secretary |  315.312.3236

 

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The following links reference interdisciplinary programs that may or may not currently be affiliated with IPAC.  These links are provided merely as a resource for those who may be interested in visiting the pages associated with these programs.  These pages are not, generally speaking, maintained by IPAC.  Rather, these are maintained by the individuals who are responsible for governing the program.

MAJORS:
American Studies
Applied Mathematical Economics
Biochemistry
Cinema and Screen Studies
Cognitive Science
Geochemistry
Global and International Studies
Human Development
Information Science
Language and International Trade
Linguistics
Women's Studies

MINORS:
African/African-American Studies
Arts Management
Audio Design and Production
Expressive Arts Therapy
Forensic Science
Gerontology
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Native American Studies
Peace and Conflict Studies
Sustainability Studies

GRADUATE PROGRAMS:
Human Computer Interaction