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The integrated studies program is a unique, highly-focused, individualized plan of study for students whose academic interests are not served by more traditional disciplinary pursuits. Developed for academically superior students whose interests lie beyond established departmental emphases and boundaries, the integrated studies program provides students the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty mentors to create a personalized and individually tailored BS plan.
Students who elect and are approved to develop an integrated studies major pursue a focused and coherent course of study that draws its curricula from more than one academic department or college.
Integrated Studies (BS)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of
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The professional and vocational opportunities provided by the integrated studies major depend on the area of concentration and the particular focus of study. The integrated studies major shares with all other liberal arts and sciences programs the goal of developing students' analytical abilities and communication skills. The program combines breadth of learning across multiple disciplinary contexts with an appropriate depth in a focused area of inquiry. Integrated studies graduates are prepared to enter the work force or pursue graduate or professional studies at the completion of their undergraduate program.