General Studies is an interdepartmental program allowing students to build their own degree plan based on interests that may not be met by any single major or department. General Studies majors combine primary and secondary concentrations with their electives to create a tailor-made degree. The primary and secondary areas of concentration must be taken from different departments. Students accepted into this degree program will be assigned to an adviser from their primary area of concentration.
Bachelor of Arts in General Studies degree plan:
Primary Content Area (30 hours) Secondary Content Area (18 hours) Electives (21 hours)
Degree requirement: 128 hours Must include 44 hours of upper-level coursework For more degree plan guidelines, see catalog, pages 142, 143 Liberal arts core curriculum