The Interdisciplinary Concentrations Program at MBS
Pathways to Discover Passions
The Interdisciplinary Concentrations Program (ICP) offers pathways for students eager to explore an aspect of the world that transcends single classes, disciplines, and extracurricular pursuits.
Students may apply for any one of three Concentration pathways at the end of their Freshman years: “Arts and Innovation,” “Global Citizenship,” and “Ethics, Leadership, Justice.” Working weekly with a concentration advisor and cohort of peers, students will progress through Sophomore, Junior, and Senior year committing to community service opportunities, electives, discussions, retreats, and independent projects that further their journey down a concentration pathway into the complexities of our twenty-first century world.
Cultivates in students the mindset and know-how necessary for cross-cultural understanding of global phenomena.
Inspires students to bring processes and practices of creativity and design to the world's pressing problems and enduring questions.
Fosters ethical and moral reasoning in response to challenges confronting 21-century leaders.
Initial point of entry in spring of freshman year. Based on academic and extracurricular experiences. Students may apply to one of the ICP pathways.
Grades 10, 11
Weekly, advisor-led cohort meetings, elective options, summer work, speaker series, and off-campus programs.
Assume leadership role, mentor underclassmen, increase their own level of rigor, and prioritize relevant electives. Culminates with senior project and community presentation.
Service learning, internships, summer work, and senior projects.
Adopt a common language while examining case studies that apply concepts from areas of study.
Speaker series, travel opportunities, conferences, and off-campus programming.
For more information on the Interdisciplinary Concentrations Program, please reach out to Kate Muttick, Director of Experiential Learning, by clicking the button below.