Bachelor of Individualized Studies (BIS)
The Bachelor of Individualized Studies (B.I.S.) Degree is administered by the Associate Dean of University Programs. It is intended for students whose goals extend beyond traditional majors and whose integrative abilities permit them to plan and follow a personalized, unique program. A student seeking admission to the Bachelor of Individualized Studies Program should have, in the semester of admission, a minimum of 30 semester hours with a minimum GPA of 2.0. The Preliminary Application must be submitted to the Coordinator who will assist the student in finding a program advisor. The Coordinator will inform the applicant concerning admission status after the program advisor submits a signed acceptable plan of study that conforms to the program requirements.
- (1) Complete the pre-application (attached below). . The B.I.S. Coordinator will review your application and contact you to set up an appointment to discuss the full application.
- (2) Complete full application (attached below) in consultation with the B.I.S. Coordinator.
- (3) Only if needed: If you make changes to your approved B.I.S. program, complete the revision form (attached below).
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: See attached document
|PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS for B.I.S. Degree||14.93 KB|
|PRE-APPLICATION for B.I.S. Degree||16.13 KB|
|FULL APPLICATION for B.I.S. Degree||20.84 KB|