Bachelor of integrated studies

Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) is an University of New Brunswick, among others.

According to materials issued by Weber State University:
The program best suits students who have developed a sense of their educational and life goals, and who are looking for ways to express those goals through a self-designed and self-directed university program. The BIS Program serves the needs of students who want to individualize or create a unique academic program; students who want to obtain a broad liberal education; and/or students who want to prepare for specific career goals and/or graduate school.[1]

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