Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014
General StudiesThis is a non-specialist degree program designed to meet the needs of students interested in broadly-based education in the liberal arts. It provides greater flexibility and breadth in subject matter than provided by traditional degree programs. See the Associate Dean for Social and Behavioral Sciences in the College of Arts and Letters for advising in this program.
Bachelor of Arts in General Studies
The Bachelor of Arts in General Studies (BAGS) degree requires completion of the following program:
All of the General Education Objectives 37 cr Upper division courses in the fine arts and humanities and/or social and behavioral sciences 20 cr Upper division credits from programs in the College of Arts and Letters, College of Business, College of Education, College of Science and Engineering, or Division of Health Sciences 20 cr Electives from across the University 43 cr TOTAL: 120 cr
Associate of Arts in General Studies
This degree requires completion of the General Education Objectives as outlined for the Bachelor of General Studies degree (above); 3 additional lower division credits in the fine arts and humanities; 3 additional lower division credits in the social and behavioral sciences; 6 additional lower division credits beyond the General Education Requirements from the Colleges of Arts and Letters, Business, Education, Science and Engineering, or the Division of Health Sciences; and elective credits from all across the University (please consult the restrictions on graduation credits from certain groups, as defined in the Credit Requirements section of the catalog) to total 64 credit hours.
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Revised: March 2013