Individualized Major Program

FACULTY Zant, Johnson.

The purpose of the individualized major program is to provide an opportunity for students to design their own courses of study. Students who have completed at least one semester at Bradley or at any other college or university may apply for the program.

Entry into the program presupposes a definite objective on the student’s part. Students without definite academic plans should register in academic exploration rather than in the individualized major program.

Students in this program must create their own areas of specialization (majors) by developing programs of study around their own particular academic interests. These programs of study may span several academic disciplines, but cannot duplicate existing majors within the University.

Requirements

  • Students in the program must meet all University and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences requirements.
  • Students graduating in the program must have a 2.25 over-all grade point average.
  • Before being admitted into the program, students must submit a written statement of their objectives and a detailed curriculum for the approval of the advisors.
  • A staff of advisors provides assistance and direction to students in the program. Students will choose one advisor to meet with at least once each academic year for counseling and review.
  • The program offers both the B.A. and the B.S. degree. Those seeking the B.A. must complete two years of college level study of a foreign language, or the equivalent of such study.

Eligibility

Students are eligible for the program if they are at least second-semester freshmen, have fewer than 90 hours completed and/or in progress, and have a Bradley University grade point average of 2.5.



This Catalog represents the University’s best effort to communicate information on academic programs, policies, rules, and regulations that were in effect at the time of its publication. Students should be aware that the University reserves the right to modify these programs, policies, rules, and regulations at any time within a student’s term of residence. The University’s policy is to provide notice of any such modifications sufficiently in advance of their implementation to ensure adjustments without undue inconvenience. Before pre-registering for any academic term, students should contact the administrative office of their academic department or college to verify the most current information.