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The Bachelor of Integrative Studies (BIS; formerly General Studies) degree is a College of Arts & Sciences non-major degree which provides maximum freedom for the student who wishes to take an interdisciplinary and creative approach to the design of an educational program while maintaining a focus on career or professional goals.
The BIS is an individualized program in which the student, rather than a faculty department, undertakes the responsibility for the research and design of his or her own degree program (minimum of 30 future credit hours). Students choose a minimum of three academic departments in which to select courses to develop a rationale for the way in which these courses are supportive of their career goals.
There are two concentrations: General and Three minors:
Three minors concentration: