The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree provides educational opportunities not available through traditional degree programs. The program offers students an avenue by which they may take advantage of the rich offerings available in the several colleges at the university. A student, in consultation with a faculty adviser, may tailor a program of study that meets his or her particular educational needs, desires and interests.
Applicants to the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies programs at CMII must satisfy the admission requirements for Georgia State and, in addition, must have a Georgia State cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Matriculation into the program can occur only after the college B.I.S. coordinator approves a student’s program of study.
There is a special application procedure for this degree program and consultation with the specific program coordinator is a mandatory component of this process.
Students interested in initiating the application process must first schedule an appointment with an academic adviser in the Office of Academic Assistance (404-413-5000), College of Arts and Sciences.