The Individualized Studies degree is necessarily multidisciplinary. It is therefore incumbent that students conduct a project that both represents the culmination of their studies and integrates the various disciplines involved.
This study is structured as a three-credit-hour supervised project. The final project can be an Integrating Research Project 495 focused in a particular area of interest in the chosen field or an Internship 499 experience that has a culminating paper.
The INS Coordinator must approve the student's plan of study.
After the INS Coordinator has approved your final project you will need to register for it by submitting the Application for Undergraduate Project Form (view a copy). You must pick up this form in South Wing 310.
Note: You do not register for your final project in Banner.
At the end of your final project, you will need to either turn in: