Admission to the distributed studies track requires completion of 60 credits or more and permission from the dean’s office. The distributed studies track is intended for students who have accumulated a significant number of credit hours toward the completion of one or more majors and are not eligible to continue in those majors.
An individually structured track also is available in the distributed studies program. Students pursuing the individually structured track must write and defend a thesis based on original scholarly or creative work.
For more information, contact the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Center in Woodbury 109.