Integrative Leadership Studies Degree (UW-Green Bay)
Created exclusively for Technical College graduates with an earned "Applied" or "Occupational" two-year Associate Degree, the BAS in Interdisciplinary Studies is specifically designed to allow Technical College graduates to transfer a minimum of 60 credits from their Associate Degree program, transfer at Junior status, and pursue a Bachelor's Degree from UW-Green Bay.
The Interdisciplinary Studies major is tailored to meet the needs of working adults and prepares students to apply this learning to their professional, community, and personal lives. All students are required to identify an "Area of Emphasis" or an academic/professional area upon which the degree is focused. The Area of Emphasis consists of at least 12 credits of upper-level coursework that meet the student's needs. Areas of Emphasis in the program include, but are not necessarily limited to:
- Arts/Fine Arts
- Corporate Communication
- Environmental Policy Studies
- Human Development
- Leadership in Public Service
- Self-Directed/Individualized Area of Emphasis (Tailored to fit your specific needs)
Additional Service Sites
- Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton
- Nicolet College, Rhinelander
- Northcentral Technical College, Wausau
Total credits required for completion: 120
Applicants must have an applied or occupational Associate Degree completed or in progress to be considered for this program. Applicants are evaluated on an individual basis and a variety of factors will be considered. Click Here to access a printable pdf of our shortened application, and for a list of application requirements. Contact us for specific questions about the program or application process.