Students may choose one of nine interdisciplinary majors: American Studies, Business, Classical Studies, Environmental Studies, Health and Human Services/ Social Work, International Studies, Recreation and Leisure Studies, History and Social Sciences, and Women's and Gender Studies. As its name implies, an interdisciplinary major cuts across departmental lines and brings together related courses in various disciplines. Each interdisciplinary major supports a variety of career interests. Students interested in pursuing an interdisciplinary major should consult the designated faculty coordinator or the Dean of the College. They must file a Declaration of Major form with the Registrar's Office at least three semesters before graduation, summer not counting as a semester. Details for specific programs are found in the alphabetical listing of majors and courses in "Design Your Future—Courses and Programs" section of the catalog.