Office of Interdisciplinary Studies
The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree provides educational opportunities not available through the existing, traditional degree programs. The Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies emphasizes an open learning experience and a wider perspective than traditional undergraduate majors. The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies offers the student the opportunity to participate in a flexible, coherent, academically sound, and goal-oriented education specific to the student's intellectual development and career aspirations. It is appropriate for those students who seek a thorough grounding in the traditional arts and sciences from an interdisciplinary perspective. The individualized focus and flexibility, of the program is ideal for students preparing to enter the workplace and for those who plan to continue their studies in graduate or professional school.
Within the framework of two foundation areas, a University-wide interdisciplinary studies sequence, and a multidisciplinary concentration, a student may draw upon the resources of all Schools of the University to create a degree program. In addition to organized courses, students must participate in the BIS Capstone to combine academic and practical experience.
The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) degree is tailored to fit your dreams!
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS)
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies Staff
|Dr. Evelyn Hodge||Dean|
|Dr. Parichart Thornton||Director/Instructor|
|Mrs. Carolyn Davis||Program Coordinator/Academic Advisor|
|Mrs. Thomasina Austin||Instructor|
|Dr. Shafonda Spain||Instructor|
|Dr. Cynthia Steele||Instructor|
|Ms. Jamica Croskery||Writing Coach|
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