Bachelor of Integrated Studies

The Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) is an interdisciplinary degree that allows you to select three areas or emphases and work out a contract of courses with the departments of your choice. A final capstone project is required, which will bring together the three areas of emphases.

The BIS Program serves the needs of students who want to individualize or create a unique academic program, students who want to obtain a broad education and students who want to prepare for specific career goals and/or graduate school.

 

New BIS Core Curriculum Approved by Weber State Faculty Senate: Beginning Spring 2014, BIS 2800 is required of students admitted after October 15, 2013.  BIS 3800 is now 3 credit hours (2 hours online and 4 face to face seminars with chat technology available).  Please call the BIS office at 801-626-7713 if you have questions

BIS Professional Core

BIS 2800 (3)  Foundations of Integrated Study Pre-req for

BIS 3800 (3)  Capstone and Graduation Preparation (2 hours online, 1 hour face to face seminars) Pre-req for

BIS 4800 (3)  Capstone Project

Spring 2014 BIS 3800 Seminars will be scheduled Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 p.m.  Chat technologies will be available for students outside the Ogden area.  Please contact the BIS office for any questions regarding seminars.

 

 

Student Resources

Student Requirements

Online BIS Opportunities

Internship Guidelines

 

BIS Student Handbook

BIS Guide

Military Student Information

Capstone Information

Capstone Requirements

Preparing for the Capstone

Success Strategies

BIS 3800 Textbook

Faculty Grading Guide

Grading Guidelines

 

 


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