Bachelor of General Studies


College of Education and Psychology
BGS 200. Orientation to Bachelor of General Studies Program. 1-6 credits, repeatable.
A series of learning activities designed to assist returning adult students to adjust to re-entry into college. Includes career development, life planning, academic program development and portfolio construction. Prerequisite: Approval of BGS director.
BGS 290. Special Studies. 3 credits, repeatable.
BGS students may elect to do independent study in a selected interdisciplinary area under the supervision of a faculty adviser or faculty member in the appropriate department. Prerequisite: Approval of the BGS adviser and department head.
BGS 300. Sponsored Learning. 1-6 credits, repeatable.
Sponsored learning activity related to a BGS student's area of concentration, and/or volunteer or work activity. Appropriate evaluation will be required. Prerequisite: Approval of BGS adviser and department head.
BGS 490. Special Studies. 3 credits, repeatable.
Upper-level BGS students may elect to do independent study in a selected interdisciplinary area under the supervision of a faculty adviser or faculty member in the appropriate department. Prerequisite: Approval of the BGS adviser and department head.
BGS 498. Bachelor of General Studies Project. 3-6 credits.
An in-depth analysis of some work-related task or cross-disciplinary study directly related to a BGS student's area of concentration. A final oral report is required. Prerequisite: Completion of a major portion of all other course work in concentration and approval of BGS adviser and department head.
BGS 499. Honors. 6 credits. Three semester course.

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1996-97 Undergraduate Catalog
Last reviewed: 30 November 1996
Information Publisher: Division of Academic Affairs
James Madison University