Creating a campus culture of service
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The Master of Interdisciplinary Studies degree allows for exploration of a diverse variety of subjects. Students may pick three major concentrations with a final thesis, project, or portfolio option. By providing these options in this innovative degree, more non-traditional students or those wishing to tailor-make their degree program can realize their dream of degree completion. This portfolio explores the subjects of Higher Education, Addictive Disorders and Recovery Studies, and Business Management. A degree reflection paper gives an in depth view of the portfolio’s creation. The Higher Education paper outlines Best Practices in creating a Veterans’ Campus Office at a university. An introduction for Marriage and Family Therapist students on the subject of Schizophrenia and Alcoholism is offered in the Addictive Disorders and Recovery Studies paper while an application of Jim Collins’ Good to Great and the Social Sector Principles is used to examine the Military and Veterans Program Department at Texas Tech University. These subjects intertwine in this portfolio to show the creation of a campus culture of service.