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Sullivan University Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Business Studies (BSIBS)
Sullivan University

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Business Studies (BSIBS)

Louisville, USA

4 Years

English

Full time

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Jun 2024

USD 430 / per credit

Blended, On-Campus

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Business Studies (BSIBS) provides the opportunity for mature adult learners to individualize their college education by co-designing an individualized degree program that includes the study of two business or business-related disciplines. Working closely with an advisor from the College of Business Administration, students in the on-campus and online interdisciplinary business studies degree track form a program of study in two business or business-related fields that most effectively support his or her desired goals. Generally, the student and the faculty advisor co-design a personalized program that may draw upon the combined strengths of the College of Business Administration, College of Information Technology, the College of Health Sciences, General Education, and/or the National Center of Hospitality Studies. The Dean of the College of Business Administration or the Associate Dean of the College of Business Administration must approve the program of study and the course planner must approve for the BSIBS program.

The degree program requires 180 total quarter hours, of which 40 must be at the upper-division (300/400) level. A minimum of 25% of credit hours must be completed through Sullivan University. Up to 75% of the degree requirements can be met via a combination of credits transferred from other institutions and through prior learning assessment (e.g., credit by examination, credit for military/corporate training, and/or credit by prior learning portfolio).

Generally, the student and the faculty advisor co-design a personalized program that may draw upon the combined strengths of the College of Business Administration, College of Information Technology, the College of Health Sciences, General Education, and/or the National Center of Hospitality Studies. The Dean or Associate Dean of the College of Business Administration must approve the program of study and the course planner approved for the BSIBS program.

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