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Individualized Degree Programs in the College of Liberal Arts

The Bachelor of Individualized Study (BIS) and the Individually Designed Interdepartmental Major (IDIM) are individualized programs of study in the College of Liberal Arts for students who want to tailor their educational programs to their own interests and goals. The Bachelor of Individualized Studies (BIS) is a degree program in which you combine three areas of concentration rather than have a major. One concentration may be from outside CLA, and the concentrations may be unrelated to each other. An Individually Designed Interdepartmental Major (IDIM) for the BA degree enables you to focus on a unifying theme by combining courses from three or more CLA departments.


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