BAIS - About the Program

Students completing the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies degree will be required to demonstrate proficiency in a number of subject areas and related skills. They include the following:

  1. The use of basic intellectual tools, specifically to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; to use mathematical reasoning; and to comprehend the nature, techniques and limits of the humanities, natural or physical sciences and the social and behavioral sciences.
  2. The ability to learn and apply learning to the graduate's career and life experience, requiring the capability to define problems; to use information resources such as libraries and computers; and to analyze, synthesize and integrate knowledge, perspectives and techniques.
  3. An understanding of the historic and global context of events and achievements over time as treated in subjects such as history, the arts and the humanities.
  4. Mastery of a considerable body of knowledge in one subject area or a group of related subjects.

Program Learning Outcomes

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For general  information, contact:

Richard Hague
Director of Student Recruitment, Services & Success

Prospective students interested in learning more about the BAIS degree may also visit the Admissions page and contact a participating program office directly.