The BA in Integrative Studies is a degree that provides maximum freedom for students who wish to take an interdisciplinary, individualized approach to the design on an academic program while maintaining a focus on career and professional goals. This program brings together interrelated disciplines in a comprehensive manner, enabling students to develop a meaningful understanding of the complex associations and influences between them. It is a program in which the student, in consultation with a faculty advisor, has the responsibility for the design of the program.
• Students must work with faculty to develop learning outcomes and a plan of study, which must be approved by the dean of the school of BAS.
18 credits in concentration area 1, at least 12 credits at the 3000- or 4000- level
18 credits in concentration area 2, at least 12 credits at the 3000- or 4000- level
AIC4800 Integrated Studies Capstone
No more than 2 courses used to satisfy the major requirements can also be used to satisfy general education requirements.
Students interested in this program must work with a faculty advisor to identify the focus of the program, including the two concentration areas and how they will be integrated. A concentration is completed in one of two ways: by completing an existing minor or by completing a set of courses to satisfy an identified area of interest.
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