Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14
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General Studies (BGS) with a concentration in Business (GBU)
Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.)8 Semester Plan
120 Credit Hours
CIP Code: 24.0106
Major DescriptionUSF's Bachelor of General Studies Degree (BGS) is a customized, interdisciplinary degree completion that provides students with options to choose an appropriate academic program that fits their educational and professional goals. The BGS program will provide mid-career adult students with the opportunity to integrate completion of the baccalaureate degree into their established lifestyle.
BGS students will take an active role in creating their academic programs. Rather than choosing a traditional major, BGS students can choose from a number of established plans of study or can create their own individualized plan of study. BGS students complete 24-27 credits (core courses and electives) within a selected concentration in addition to their other degree requirements.
The Business concentration will give students exposure to the basic elements of all business disciplines. The goal of the business concentration is to provide students the opportunity to pursue a broad-based study of business through upper level course work tailor a program of studies that combines upper level coursework in business with electives from outside the College to meet career preparation goals.
Total Major Hours: 27 Hours
Major Core Courses - 3 Hours
College EXIT Requirement:
- IDS 4934 Senior Capstone for BSAS/BGS
Concentration Core Courses - 24 HoursConcentration Requirements:
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The following BGS Areas of Concentration are offered fully or partially online:
- Criminal Justice (fully online)
- Public Health (fully online)
- Information Studies: Health Informatics (fully online)
- Information Studies: Information Architecture (fully online)
- Information Technology (fully online)
- Environmental Policy and Management (partially online)
- Urban Studies (partially online)
- Women's and Gender Studies (partially online)
Consult advisor for availability of online course offerings.