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Message from Assistant Provost

The Centre for Inter-Faculty Programs

Dr. Lydia Miljan
Dr. Lydia Miljan
The complexity of our globalized world means that the solutions to the world’s problems are likewise complex. Our students recognize that to be prepared for the future – their future – scholarship grounded in a multifaceted approach to issues is necessary, and practical experience in their fields is critical to their success.
The degrees we offer, Interdisciplinary Arts and Science, Digital Journalism, Environmental Studies, and Forensic Science, all embrace this approach. They span the sciences, arts, and social sciences and foster discovery, critical and creative thinking, and a broader point of view. If your interests cross the University’s conventional disciplinary areas, one of our degrees might be the right choice for you. 
Our degrees have flexibility and career direction. In the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science degree, you can shape your own degree to your interests; for example, you can choose programs in both FAHSS and Science and tailor your degree based on your interests. In Forensics, you can complete a combined Honours B.A. in Forensics and another discipline. The Environmental Studies program combines classroom study with engaging fieldwork, and the Digital Journalism program offers unique studio experience and practical community collaboration (visit The diversity of this education provides opportunities, not limits: many of our graduates have gone on to careers in medicine, law, and journalism. Our programs prepare you for a variety of educational and professional paths.
Inter-Faculty Programs is also the home of the new Border Management and International Trade Certificate.  This innovative new program provides insight and knowledge on the functioning of international borders, and how they relate to international trade.  Each course in this face-to-face, blended and online program can be taken individually or as part of a required course that will lead to a dual certification: University of Windsor Certificate and FITT (Forum for International Trade Training) Diploma.  These courses are structured in an innovative format.  Each is four weeks long, and is offered Friday evenings (6-9 p.m.) and Saturdays (9a.m. to 3p.m.).
In addition to these full degree programs, we also offer exciting new minors such as Anthrozoology and Organizational Learning and Teaching. Anthrozoology is a growing field that examines humans’ individual and collective relationships with, and attitudes towards, animals. Anthrozoologists study a range of areas, such as pet-keeping, farming, animal research, conservation, zoos, animals in sports, vegetarianism, and companion animals. Organizational Learning and Teaching is geared toward people who have an interest in developing knowledge and skills in the practice of coaching, training, and facilitating learning in a wide variety of environments.
Inter-Faculty Program Chairs & Counsellors

Dr. Lydia Miljan

Interdisciplinary Arts and Science Program
Phone: (519) 253-3000 Ext: 2361

Office: Chrysler Hall North, Room 1155



Professor Blake Roberts
Program Chair, Digital Journalism Program
Phone: (519) 253-3000 Ext: 2359

Office: Chrysler North, Room 1140



Dr. Phillip Graniero
Phone: (519) 253-3000 Ext: 2358
Office:  Memorial Hall, Room 211
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Shashi Jasra
Phone: (519) 253-3000 Ext: 4583
Office:  Chrysler Hall South, Room 251
Faculty of Science
Dr. Beth Daly
Phone: (519) 253-3000 Ext: 3831
Office: Room 3324 Faculty of Education
Dr. William Anderson
Phone: (519)253-3000 Ext: 2366
Office: Room 218 Joyce Entrepreneur Centre
Dr. Karen Roland
Phone: (519) 253-3000 Ext: 4288
Office: Room 3332 Faculty of Education
Main Office:

The Centre for Inter-Faculty Programs
University of Windsor
Chrysler Hall North, G127
401 Sunset Avenue
Windsor, Ontario
N9B 3P4
Phone: (519) 253-3000 ext. 2324
Fax: (519) 971-3674






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