Ready to finish your SUU bachelor’s degree online? Southern Utah University now offers the General Studies major online.
The General Studies major is a great option for students:
The General Studies major provides maximum flexibility for the student who wishes to embrace a broad educational program of study while maintaining a focus on personal, career or professional goals.
This major is a customized program in which the student, in collaboration with and under the guidance of experts in the field of interest, undertakes the responsibility for the design of an undergraduate degree with an emphasis in a selected area of study that reflects the student’s particular personal and professional interests. The program is intended for independent-minded, self-directed adult learners who have, at minimum, earned 90 college credits from a regionally accredited college or university.
Before a student is accepted into this program, he or she will propose a program of study consistent with the student’s educational goals which is reviewed and approved by an academic advisor and the Dean of the appropriate academic college or school, or his or her designee, in consultation with faculty from the college. All approved plans will be required to have academic rigor and integrity; be consistent with the broad undergraduate competencies of the academic area granting the degree; and be in harmony with the career or professional goals of the student.
* Don’t have 90 credits yet? That’s okay. You can continue taking classes until you do, then declare the general studies major at that time.
Students within 15 credits of completing an established SUU major are not eligible to complete a Bachelor of Arts/Science in General Studies degree. However, appeals may be sought with the Dean of Continuing & Professional Studies.
Interested in seeing how the General Studies major might work for you?
The advisor for the General Studies major is Katya Konkle. She can be reached at email@example.com for any questions.
To speak to Katya about the General Studies major, please call the Academic Advising Office at (435) 586-5420 to set up an appointment. If you know your T-Number, you can schedule an appointment online by visiting https://sars.suu.edu/eSARS/AcademicAdvising/eSARS.asp. Both in-person and phone appointments are available.
To apply/reapply to SUU, visit the Admissions Office’s website at http://suu.edu/prostu.