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Bachelor of Integrative Studies
What is the BIS Degree?
The Bachelor of Integrative Studies Degree (BIS) is a College of Arts and Sciences non-major degree that provides maximum freedom for the student who wishes to take a multidisciplinary, individualized approach to the design of an educational program while maintaining a focus on career and professional goals.
The BIS is an individualized program in which the student is personally responsible for the research and design of his or her own degree.
A student must have a minimum of 60 earned hours to consider the BIS degree.
The BIS consists of two concentrations:
- Students choose a minimum of two academic departments.
- Students select courses that combine to be supportive of their career goals.
Integrative Studies-Two Minors
- Students complete the requirements for two minors.
All students must complete the IGST 40099 Senior Project course to graduate with the BIS degree. This is for both concentrations.
Is BIS Right For You?
Students considering the BIS degree should make an appointment with a BIS advisor.