2) Bachelor of Individualized Studies (for students 25yrs or older)
Also check out the Mason Care Network for other Mason options.
Integrative studies encourages students to take charge of their learning, explore new ideas, work with peers and collaborate with faculty. SIS students seek to make change within their local, regional and global communities. Graduates will enter the workforce able to communicate across disciplines to find ethical, actionable solutions to the world’s challenges.
Examples of Concentrations:
~ Students switching from Business majors
~ Students switching from IT majors
To Schedule an Advising Appointment:
Go to gmu.campus.eab.com and follow the instructions for non-school of integrative studies majors.
OR email firstname.lastname@example.org for Integrative Studies
The program combines an interdisciplinary academic framework and a writing-intensive, research-based curriculum to provide students with individualized degree plans. The BIS Program offers students intensive support services, course flexibility, and generous transfer credit options. Students create interdisciplinary concentrations to meet their own educational needs in order to advance in their current employment, to prepare for graduate or professional programs, or to plan a path toward a career change.
Eligibility requirements specific to the BIS Program include:
To find out more, email BIS@gmu.edu