When is the AAIS the right degree?
Whatever your interests, you should talk with an advisor to be sure you are pursuing the degree that is right for you.
Students seeking the Associate of Arts degree in Integrative Studies take 30 hours of general education and a concentration of 15 hours of program courses in one of the following areas (sometimes called "meta-majors"):
The fifteen hours of course work must be from at least two different disciplines within the chosen area, and at least 6 credit hours of the 15 must be at the 300 level or above.
The IST 185 Introduction to Integrative Studies is required but also meets one of the general education categories. A capstone course, IST 397 Interdisciplinary Inquiry, is also required.
Additional electives can be take to reach a minimum of 61 hours for graduation. For more detail see the catalog.