Feb 28, 2024
The Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Studies allows students to design their own degree for their own careers. This innovative degree provides educational opportunities not available through traditional programs.
Working with a faculty advisor, students construct a liberal arts degree program to fit their interests. It’s a great option for students with multiple passions.
|Dr. Pamela Hayward
For more information on admissions requirements, please visit the Office of Admissions website. https://www.augusta.edu/admissions/
Progression & Graduation Requirements
- Grade of C or better is required for all major and minor concentration courses.
- Must complete the culminating experience (e.g., senior thesis independent study with advisor, experiential learning, undergraduate research, service learning, internship, study abroad trip) for the major as part of the major concentration.
- Must complete a portfolio to graduate.
Program Length: 4 Years
CIP Code: 30.0000
Program Code: 1BA-INTS-BA
Core Areas A-E: 42 Hours
For more information on Core Curriculum Areas A-E, see Core Requirements .
Area F: 18 Hours
This area consists of 18 hours of lower division courses within the Pamplin College. The combination of courses is customizable by the student in consultation with an advisor or chosen from a college-planned concentration area.
Major Concentration (Area of Emphasis): 24 Hours
This area consist of 24 hours upper division courses within the Pamplin College. The combination of courses is customizable by the student in consultation with an advisor or chosen from a college-planned concentration area. The courses in the area of emphasis should work closely and purposefully toward understanding of a particular topic of study.The student must recieve a grade of C or better in all major concentration courses.
Minor Concentration (Area of Support): 18 Hours
This area consist of 18 hours of courses from a variety of disciplines within and outside of the Pamplin College. Nine of these hours must be upper division. The combination of courses is customizable by the student in consultation with an advisor and should support and inform the area of emphasis with added relevant knowledge and inquiry. The student must recieve a grade of C or better in all major concentration courses.
Electives: 18 Hours
Six hours must be from upper division courses.
Wellness Graduation Requirement: 4 Hours
Students who transfer to Augusta University with less than 60 credit hours must complete the Wellness Requirement.
Total Hours for the Degree: 124 Hours