UNIVERSITY WIDE CURRICULUM 85 2 The Major in Interdisciplinary Studies does not

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85 2. The Major in Interdisciplinary Studies does not satisfy the requirements for Teacher Certification. Procedure: 1. Admission to the Individualized and Multidisciplinary Studies Sequences of the Major in Interdisciplinary Studies may be requested after the completion of 14 semester hours of course work and before the comple- tion of 90 semester hours. Applications must be submitted during the first half of the fall or spring semesters. 2. Information on the application process is avail- able in University College Academic Advisement, 340 Fell Hall. Applicants should select an appropriate faculty advisor. The pro- posed plan of study must be approved by the faculty advisor, the Interdisciplinary Studies Major Committee, and the Office of the Provost. For the Human and Educational Services Sequence, students must be majors in either Special Education or Curriculum and Instruction and will receive advisement from their departmental advisor. 3. Except for the Human and Educational Services Sequence, at least one-half of the course work in the sequence must be taken after the proposal has been approved. No more than one-sixth of the course work in the sequence may be transferred from another institution of higher education. 4. Changes in an approved plan of study must be authorized in advance. A letter outlining the proposed change, and countersigned by the faculty advisor, should be submitted to University College Academic Advisement. Requests for changes in more than one-sixth of the approved program constitute a new proposal and must be resubmitted subject to all the conditions of an initial application. 5. If the Individualized Sequence is a student’s primary major, courses included in the approved program may not be used to meet General Education requirements. Only one course from the departments or schools speci- fied in the Multidisciplinary Sequence may be used to meet the General Education requirements. MAJOR IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES General Requirements: 1. 120 semester hours. 2. Completion of General Education requirements. 3. 42 senior-college (200- to 300-level) hours. 4. A 2.75 cumulative GPA at the time of application. Major in Interdisciplinary Studies; Individualized Sequence and Requirements: The Individualized Sequence is an Interdisciplinary program that may be used to attain specific educational goals that cannot be accommo- dated by existing majors at Illinois State. The Major in Interdisciplinary Studies: Individualized Sequence is usually a second auxiliary major but may be proposed as a primary major. Students who complete the Individualized Sequence will earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Sciences degree and have their transcripts noted: “Major in Interdisciplinary Studies: Individualized Sequence: ________________________ (the theme that is specified on the plan of study).
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