The Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies provides the opportunity for mature adult learners to individualize their college education by creating a degree program that includes the study of two disciplines. Working closely with an advisor, a student forms a program of study that most effectively supports his or her desired goals. The degree requires 180 total quarter hours, 40 of which 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 (credit by examination, credit for military/corporate training, and/or credit by portfolio).
Possible concentration include (but are not limited to): Accounting, Finance, Health Care Management, Hospitality Management, Human Resource Leadership, Justice & Public Safety Administration, Information Technology, Supply Chain Management, Management, or Marketing. Once completed, the B.S.I.S. provides a degree that students can use to pursue further academic study, including a master’s degree or a terminal degree such as a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.