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Integrative Studies

Bachelor of Integrative Studies


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Find Your Best Fit

Students in Integrative Studies design a bachelor's degree that works best for them, by making connections among fields of study that fit their educational, career, and personal goals. The Integrative Studies major incorporates a set of three seminars designed to help students reflect upon their educational options and purposefully plan a degree they can use now and in the future. This major works well for students who have already earned some college-level credits, though the major is also appropriate for new students. 


Department of Interdisciplinary and Communication Studies

Phelps Hall 103

1601 University Blvd., Hamilton, OH 45011



Students must complete the entire Miami Plan for Liberal Education or Ohio Transfer Module and at least 56 hours at the 200-level and above, including at least 21 hours at the 300-level and above.

Students will take classes in-person at Hamilton and Middletown.

Curriculum and Courses

The courses you choose will open up a wealth of career opportunities — not lock you into one occupation. You’ll extend your education way beyond the classroom to every area of your life.

  • BIS 201 Introduction to Integrative Studies
  • BIS 301 Integrative Studies Seminar II
  • BIS 401 Senior Integrative Seminar (Capstone)

As part of the Bachelor of Integrative Studies degree program, you are required to select a primary and secondary concentration as part of your statement of educational objectives. The Concentrations (I & II) contribute to a major program outcome for the BIS degree: integrative learning. You can choose to self-design a concentration or choose from one of these existing ones: Applied Kinesiology / Applied Sociology / Child Development / Contemporary American Experience / Cross-Cultural Leadership/ Environmental Studies/ Families, Gender, and Society / Geographic Information Science / Health Care Administration / Information Technology Strategy for Organizations / Organizational Leadership / Personal Community Health Perspectives / Staffing and Recruitment / Understanding Media and Visual Culture. (15 CREDIT HOURS PER CONCENTRATION ARE REQUIRED.)

At Miami, there’s something for everyone.

Course Catalog

Career Options

Graduates are well suited to enter into the 21st century workplace, with many using their degree as the foundation for their professional career, while others gain the opportunity for advancement. They can also pursue advanced study in a graduate program.

Facts and Stats

Your college experience here will be one of the most exciting times of your life. To make sure of this, we’ll provide you with a powerful support system.

  • Top 10 Public college in Ohio with the best return on investment

  • 98.4% of 2021-2022 bachelor's degree graduates were employed, furthering their education, serving in the military or a service program

    Miami University Data

  • 18:1 Student to faculty ratio

    Miami University Data

Admission Requirements

You've found the place to reach your goals.

Miami University Regionals offers an education that fits your lifestyle so you can earn a degree that is life-changing. And our open admission policy allows for an environment of diverse learners.

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Miami students are an eclectic mix of thinkers, doers, leaders and followers, introverts and extroverts, authors, painters, climbers, coders, pianists, philanthropists, and gamers. Just to name a few.

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