Online BA in Integrated Studies
Advance Your Career with a Customized Degree
If you’re an adult learner who has studied a variety of topics over time, Rosemont’s online Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Studies allows you to leverage that patchwork of higher education and lived experience to complete your degree. You’ll partner with your advisor to customize your course of study, taking full advantage of previous work and education.
Applying is Straightforward and Free
Rosemont has been supporting students like you to advance their lives, and those of their families, through education since 1921. We believe a quality education should be affordable and attainable, and our application process reflects this commitment. Applying is easy, and free. And we’ll only need a few supporting documents to make sure Rosemont is the best fit for you. Click here to learn about how to apply and associated requirements.
A Well-Rounded Curriculum
The program is ideal for students who have at least 60 transfer credits, and up to 90 credits can be accepted toward your bachelor’s degree. Integrated Studies majors will take the below required core classes that are designed to broaden your global perspective and ability to think critically, all while giving you the tools needed to effect meaningful change in your community and beyond.
- Environment and Society
- Multi-Cultural Issues in Society
- Cultural Critique Through Film
- Intercultural Communications
- Diversity in the Workplace
Your additional coursework will be determined by your advisor as you work together to create a degree that aligns with your career goals and experience.
Skills and Outcomes
Our bachelor’s degree in Integrated Studies builds upon your personal and professional knowledge to create an individualized degree that focuses on the following skills:
- Effective communication, including the ability to listen, analyze, and appropriately respond in ways that elevate the quality of dialogue.
- Demonstrate understanding of global issues by making informed decisions and taking appropriate action.
- Critical and ethical understanding and engagement in community issues.
- Celebrate and be sensitive to the diversity of individuals, groups, and cultures.
- Integration of a liberal arts education with disciplinary and professional competency.
- Logical, collaborative, and creative problem-solving that relies upon data analysis and interpretation.