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Design your own degree!

The Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Studies allows students to design their own degree for their own careers. This innovative degree provides educational opportunities not available through traditional programs. Working with a faculty advisor, students construct a liberal arts degree program to fit their interests. It’s a great option for students with multiple passions.

The modern economy is dominated by people who work with ideas and synthesize knowledge. Today’s professionals need to be experts in multiple fields of study. With a degree in Integrated Studies, you will set yourself apart in a competitive job market. Your faculty advisor will help you design a unique program that combines all of your interests so you can have the career you want.

This degree is also perfect for students who need to finish their academic programs as soon as possible to begin contributing to their communities. Even if you are well into your college career, or if you are returning after time away, a faculty advisor can help align the courses you have already taken with the courses you need to take in order to graduate with a valuable Bachelor's Degree in Integrated Studies.

Contact us today to find out more about this exciting and innovative program!


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Integrated Studies

Summerville Campus

Allgood Hall

Office- E118

Dr. Pamela Hayward


1120 15th Street, AH-E118
Augusta, GA 30912

Unlimited Combinations, Endless Possibilities

The academic and career possibilities in Integrated Studies are numerous. A few examples of interests to combine:

Patient and Family-Centered Care =

Communication + Sociology

Medical Illustration =

Art + Biology

Law Enforcement and Cybersecurity =

Criminal Justice + Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity for Public Agencies =

Public Administration + Cybersecurity

Sustainability and Environmental Advocacy =

Political Science + Biology

Diversity and Inclusion =

History + World Languages


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