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There is something for everyone at Southeastern. Explore our undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs, typical career paths and related fields - then decide which one is right for you.
Rebecca Hite, Director
The General Studies Program provides students with educational opportunities, experiences, and career direction to meet their professional and academic goals. An interdisciplinary degree is often highly desirable in a rapidly changing world and provides greater flexibility in creating a curriculum for an undergraduate degree. The purpose of the degree program is (1) to provide flexibility to students with broad interests, (2) to offer an option to those with new interests or those changing their majors late in their academic careers, and (3) to prepare students for entry into graduate and professional programs.
The Bachelor of General Studies degree affords broader course choices than are available in traditional majors. Status as a General Studies major requires a curriculum plan created by the student and a faculty advisor in the General Studies Program. The degree is based on the conditions and requirements listed below:
|Group 1 - Arts and Humanities|
|Cultural Resource Management
|Group 2 - Natural Sciences|
|Earth and Space Science
|Group 3 - Applied Sciences|
Family & Consumer Science
Health Systems Management
Occupational Safety, Health, and Environment
|Design Drafter Technology
|Group 4 - Behavioral Sciences|
|Group 5 - Applied Behavioral Sciences|
Communication Sciences and Disorders
|Group 6 - Business|
|Business Technology (GBBT)
For information on earning Sophomore Honors Distinction, Senior Honors Distinction, or the Honors Diploma, please consult The University Honors Program section of this catalogue, the Director of the Honors Program, and/or your Department Head.