University Studies (B.S.) Multidisciplinary Concentration
Degree: Bachelor of Science
Major: University Studies
Total Hours: 120
The Multidisciplinary concentration provides students with a broad-based program of study, which is tailored by the student through exploration within academic disciplines of special interest. Maximizing academic flexibility, this University Studies concentration allows students to choose courses to enable career and personal development and achievement. Students interested in using this degree as a foundation for graduate school should consult their advisor(s) for methods to align coursework options for specific programs of advanced study.
120 semester hours minimum; 2.000 cumulative GPA minimum:
- 42 hours within the general education core curriculum
- 36 hours within general electives block
- At most 36 hours of technical credit can be applied to the general electives block; see University technical credit policy (https://www.lamar.edu/catalog/undergraduate-admissions/index.html#transfereval)
- 42 hours within advanced electives block
- All courses applied to the advanced electives block must have a letter grade of C or better.
- A minimum of 12 hours of senior (4000) level coursework is required within the advanced electives block.
- AASC 3301 Lifelong Learning and Portfolio Development, AASC 4301 Senior Seminar, and ENGL 3311 Professional Writing are required courses for the advanced electives block. Prerequisites for AASC 3301 Lifelong Learning and Portfolio Development include both ENGL 1301 Composition I and ENGL 1302 Composition II.