The Integrative General Studies curriculum is self-designed by students seeking maximum flexibility in earning their baccalaureate degree on the path to, or advancement within, their desired career. Students must successfully complete the required two Core courses in the major and overall degree requirements.
In an effort to ensure that students demonstrate a sufficient understanding of the course material and learning objectives of this academic program, only grades of “C” (2.0) or higher may be used to satisfy Core requirements.
Students interested in declaring this major must have completed 75 or more credit hours and meet with an academic advisor in the College of Undergraduate Studies – Interdisciplinary Studies to complete the declaration process.
The Integrative General Studies B.G.S. degree may not be completed as a double-major, double-degree, or second baccalaureate degree.
Core (6 credit hours) – LDR 3115 Contemporary Issues in Leadership (may be taken after completion of ENC 1102) and IDS 4939 Senior Seminar – General Studies Capstone (may only be taken in graduating semester)