College of Arts and Sciences | School of Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities
This concentration allows students to choose a minimum of 30 credit hours from a minimum of two interrelated programs that support their career aspirations.
Integrative Studies-Two Minors
This concentration allows students to complete two university-recognized minors and/or certificates. A minimum of two academic departments in which to select courses are chosen and a rationale for the ways in which these courses support the student’s career goals is developed.
- 120 minimum credits
- In addition to taking the university requirements, students consult with an advisor to research and develop their plan of study
- 39 of the 120 earned credit hours must be at the upper-division (30000-40000 level)
- Students are encouraged to complete internships or utilize individual investigations for more nuanced work; the total hours that can be completed in internship and/or individual investigation courses cannot total more than 15 hours
- Students must successfully complete one course or approved Experiential Learning Requirement
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