Governors State University

Governors State University
College of Arts and Sciences, Interdisciplinary Studies Degree Program
1 University Parkway
University Park, IL 60484
800-478-8478 x4092
Catalog

Contact for Transfer Students

  • Tiffani Malvin
    Interdisciplinary Studies Degree Program
    800-478-8478 x4092
    idss@govst.edu

Academic Programs

Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

Admission Requirements for Transfer Students

Transfer Credit Information

Up to 80 credit hours

Grading:

  • D’s earned at ACC transfer as elective hours not as core curriculum.
  • Transfer courses that are repeated only the second or higher grade counts

Approximate Cost/Range for One Academic Year

Tuition & Fees

Distance Learning

Online, telecourses, correspondence courses are available. Schedule

Financial Aid

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Scholarships for Transfer Students

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Special Programs Unique to This School

Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies - Our degree program allows students maximum flexibility to select and tailor their selection of courses to meet their individual career goals. Interdisciplinary means that students take courses from more than one area of study. One student may choose courses from only one area such as business where they take classes in marketing or computer science while completing general education classes from the area of liberal studies. Another student may take courses from many areas that are of interest to them such as some in business and others in health professions. Still other students may want to concentrate their coursework in one area to obtain the qualifications to enroll in a master’s degree program while taking a course or two from a second area to round out their understanding of the field. Each student discusses their education/career goals with their academic advisor and works out an individualized study plan before registering for classes.

Additional Information

Portfolios for prior learning – a portfolio is a claim that you already learned the information that is taught in specific courses that you have selected from various college catalogs. The portfolio is a request for academic credit, based on those courses, that could be applied toward a nontraditional bachelor’s degree program.

GSU is an Illinois public university. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Commission on Colleges and Schools.

Accreditation Information

At GSU, we insist on providing programs that meet the most rigorous standards. The university is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Note: The information shown here is subject to change. Students are strongly encouraged to verify information with the institution to which they intend to transfer.