Integrative Studies

Bachelor of Arts

Design a Major That’s as Unique as You

Mixing freedom with academic rigor, the B.A. in Integrative Studies crosses and integrates diverse disciplines, allowing you to design an academic path based on your interests. In collaboration with your advisor, you’ll develop a degree title and distinct course of study comprised of classes from across various fields of study, including science, technology, communication, environmental studies, business, health care, social science, humanities, philosophy, ethics, logic and more.

Whatever you’re passionate about — you’ll find the tools and resources you need at Regis. We’ll work with you to create a custom-designed degree that allows you to dive deep and explore the things that interest, inspire and motivate you the most.

No matter what you choose to study, you’ll gain important experience in applying and adapting skills, theories and methodologies in new and interesting ways to challenging, complex and pressing issues. At Regis, we won’t teach you what to think — that’s up to you — but we will teach you how to think about complicated questions and their often-surprising answers.

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Program Snapshot

Course Format
On-campus courses

Academic Term
16-week semesters

Tuition for the 23-24 Academic Year

Sample Integrative Studies Classes

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WGS 424: Sex, Gender and Society

Examine the social construction of gender difference and stereotypes in the U.S. and other cultures, while performing critical analysis of biological, sociological, anthropological, historical and psychological explanations of masculinity and femininity.

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WGS 430: Manhood and Meaning

From athletes and politicians to coal miners and migrant workers, how do U.S. men make meaningful lives? Explore the meaning of manhood, with the goal of building student resilience, connection and purpose.

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WGS 487: Transnational Feminisms

Develop a gendered, historical and contextual understanding of transnationalism, solidarity, social justice, feminist activism and globalization as specific processes, while learning how to act on global issues in more ethically and politically conscious ways.

Program Details

Get all the details on our B.A. in Integrative Studies program, including course requirements and application materials.

Pursue Your Passions

When it comes to designing your own major, the only limits are the courses available and your own imagination. Potential career paths are as varied and diverse as the degrees you might design. For example, recent graduates have created fascinating majors such as:

  • Forensics (combines criminology, psychology and criminal justice courses)
  • Gender, Justice and Law (combines women’s and gender studies, sociology, peace and justice, history and law courses)
  • Journalism (combines communication, sociology and English/writing courses)
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The Possibilities are Endless

Here are a few more examples of potential majors you can design and study as a Regis student:

  • Ethnic Studies
  • Medical Illustration
  • Environmental Justice
  • Social Work
  • Urban Planning
  • International Relations
  • Healthcare Inequities
  • Victim Advocacy Studies
  • Statistics and Research Methods
  • Ethnomusicology
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Add a Minor to Your Chosen Major

If Regis already offers a major for your chosen field of study, you can still benefit from a minor in integrated studies. You and your advisor can work together to identify 12 credits (4 classes) from interdisciplinary fields which can be combined to form a coherent course of study toward a custom-designed minor.

How to Apply

To apply to the B.A. in Integrative Studies program, you will need:

  • Completed online application
  • Official high school transcripts

The first step in the application process is to contact an admissions counselor, who can help you through the entire application process, evaluate your prior learning credit (AP, IB, etc.) and provide information regarding financial aid and tuition assistance.

Tuition and Fees

Full-time tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year: $41,990/year (fall and spring semesters)
Part-time tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year (less than 12 credit hours per semester): $1,400/credit hour

Tuition does not include fees, room and board or personal expenses. For full cost of attendance information, visit the Tuition and Fees page.

Curious about financial aid options? Regis offers a variety of scholarships, grants and other programs to help you pay for school. Check out our Net Price Calculator to get a better look at what your financial aid package may include.

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Admissions Timeline

Regis University has a rolling admissions policy. However, you are encouraged to submit your application by the priority deadlines:

| Early Decision: Oct. 1
| First-Year Students: Jan. 1
| International Students: March 1
| Transfer Students: June 1

First-Year Students: Nov. 1
International Students: Nov. 1
Transfer Students: Dec. 1

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Choose Jesuit Education

Regis University follows in the heritage of the Jesuit Catholic order, prioritizing the development of the whole person while preparing you for the modern world. Learn more about our tradition of excellence and the benefits of a Jesuit education.

A Culture of Excellence

The Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Studies is offered by the Center for Integrative Learning within Regis College.