The Bachelor of Integrative Studies program allows flexibility for you to propose coursework geared toward your clearly defined career goals, job advancement, and/or graduate study. Your program of study is developed with and approved by the Program Coordinator. Students often combine existing minors and certificates often with an associate degree in order to design their academic plan.
Below are some examples of some academic plans that students have designed. Each of the examples is built upon an associate’s degree of 60 hours (note that an associate degree is NOT a requirement of the program). The plans meet with required 40 credits at the 300+ level; 30 credits Ferris residency; and 120 overall credits.
An assigned faculty advisor will also assist in this process for your successful completion of the degree.
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