J. Scott Glass, Chair, 213 Ragsdale Hall
The vision of the Department of Interdisciplinary Professions is to be recognized for the strength of our programs, expertise of our faculty, and quality of our graduates in our quest to meet the changing needs of the global community. The mission of the Department is to prepare and develop professionals in workforce preparedness education, information technologies, school media coordination, and librarianship. The Department offers undergraduate programs of study in business education, business and marketing education, and information processing. Minors are offered in information processing and distribution technology: merchandising.
The Department may accept up to 30 s.h. of lower-level (numbered 1000-2999 at ECU) technical credit from a community college or technical or junior college toward some of its BS degree options. Transfer students must meet the requirements of the degree option they elect.
ECU is a member of the National Association for Business Teacher Education (NABTE).
CoursesAdult EducationBusiness and Information Technologies EducationLibrary Studies