Community Health Integrated Studies
For those completing the Bachelor Degree in Integrated Studies (IS), many opportunities
exist for advanced and professional degrees (law school, medical and dental schools,
MBA, MPA, etc) and in the business environment. Many employers seek students with
skills gained from liberal arts programs like Integrated Studies. These skills include
the ability to comprehend diverse material, to write clearly, to think critically,
to work cooperatively, and to become adept at problem solving.
The individualized nature of the Integrated Studies degree is attractive to students
with multiple interests who want to develop skills that are relevant to a variety
of careers. Students integrate course work in emphases such as science, business,
health, literature, languages, communication, philosophy, behavioral science, social
science and the arts. Emphases from computer science and information systems, accounting,
technology and trades and physical education are also offered as part of this degree.