Sep 18, 2019
Brian A. Mast, Associate Provost for Academic Support Services
The University Studies program provides students with the opportunity to integrate areas of study that are of special interest to them. This flexibility allows the student to create a combination of courses that may not exist in other degree programs. This option may appeal to students who have specific post-baccalaureate degree paths in mind.
Students majoring in University Studies can earn either a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree. The major requires the completion of 50 hours specific to the University Studies program. Students are required to select either two 12-hour concentrations or one 24-hour concentration. In addition to the concentration classes, students must complete 12 hours of foundation courses (beyond what is taken for General Education), 12 hours of upper-division coursework, and a 2-hour Capstone Experience course.
Total hours required: 50
Select 12 hours of coursework from the subject areas below. The selected courses cannot be used to meet a general education requirement. At least 6 hours must be at the 2000 level or higher.
Select 12 hours of upper-division coursework (3000 or 4000 level). These courses cannot be used to meet a general education requirement.
Students must choose either two 12 hour concentrations or create one 24 hour concentration.
A 12-hour or 24-hour custom concentration can be created by the student and advisor. At least 6 hours of the 12-hour concentration or 12 hours of the 24-hour concentration must be at the 3000 or 4000 level.
General Business Concentration
Law, Justice, and Society Concentration
University Studies Concentration
Other Program of Study Requirements