Students must meet all university requirements for a bachelor's degree found in the GSU catalog. A minimum of 40 hours must be taken at the upper-division level; up to 80 credit hours in lower division courses can be transferred to GSU. The residency requirement for the university requires a minimum of 24 hours be taken as courses offered by GSU.
I. General Education Requirements (37-41 Hours)
See the front of the catalog for general education requirements. While these are usually taken at the lower-division level, they can also be completed at the upper-division level.
II. Required Courses (15 Hours)
The following courses must be completed with a "C" or better
IDSS 3100 Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Studies (3)
IDSS 4900 Interdisciplinary Studies Appraisal (3)
Interdisciplinary Requirement (6)
(Students must take upper division courses in at least two different disciplines.)
Technology Intensive Course (3)
(This course can be taken at either the lower division or the upper division level.)
III. Electives (64-68)
Students may not exceed a maximum of 80 hours of lower- division credit between Sections I - III. Students must complete a minimum of 28 hours of upper-division hours, if Section I is complete through course work taken at the lower-division level.
IV. Total - 120 Hours