120 hour graduation requirement including General Education requirements and 42

120 hour graduation requirement including general

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— 120 hour graduation requirement, including General Education requirements and 42 senior- college (200- to 300-level) hours. Approved plan of study from at least two acade- mic departments containing 36-55 hours. Major in Interdisciplinary Studies; Multidisciplinary Studies Sequence Requirements: Students who complete the Multidisciplinary Studies Sequence will earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree and have their tran- scripts noted: “Major in Interdisciplinary Studies: Multidisciplinary Studies Sequence.” — 120-hour graduation requirement, including General Education requirements and 42 senior-college (200- to 300-level) hours. An approved plan of study with a minimum of 36 hours from at least two departments or schools, including 12 senior-college hours (200- to 300-level) from each of 2 departments or schools and a maximum of 25 hours from any one of the departments or schools. Major in Interdisciplinary Studies; Human and Educational Services Sequence Requirements: Only those students who leave the Special Education or Curriculum and Instruction major their senior year will be eligible for admission into the Major in Interdisciplinary Studies; Human and Educational Services Sequence. Applicants to this program must be referred by Special Education or Curriculum and Instruction department advisors. Students in this program will earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree and have their transcripts noted: “Major in Interdisciplinary Studies: Human and Educational Services Sequence.” University-Wide Curriculum
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86 — 120-hour graduation requirement, including General Education requirements and 42 senior-college (200- to 300-level) hours must be met. — In addition, the approved plan of study must include a minimum of 36 semester hours, of which at least 24 hours are at the 200-300 level. These courses must include a minimum of 27 hours from Special Education and/or Curriculum and Instruction, as well as 9 hours of advisor-approved electives from departments outside of Special Education and Curriculum and Instruction. MAJOR IN UNIVERSITY STUDIES Program Coordinator: University College Academic Advisement Center 340 Fell Hall, Campus Box 4060 (309) 438-7604 Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S. Admission Requirements: This degree program is intended for students who are admitted and enrolled at Illinois State University and who either are unable to meet the admission/retention requirements for majors with requirements above the University minimums, or who while performing successfully in their major, discover late in their program of study that they do not wish to pursue the career path that follows from their initial major and degree choice. NOTE: The Major in University Studies is not as clearly understood outside the university as traditional baccalaureate majors. Students earning this degree may be required to per- suade prospective employers or graduate schools that this degree will enable them to be successful in a particular job or a future educa- tional endeavor.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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