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 Interdisciplinary Studies (Individualized Thematic Studies) (HBA)
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SchoolLaurentian University/Universite Laurentienne
LocationSudbury, ON, Canada
School TypeUniversity
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 6,304
Full-time Graduate: 465
DegreeBachelor
Honours
Co-op
Length4 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites
Prerequisites NotesStudents in the Major in Interdisciplinary Studies are eligible for direct entry from high school, college, or other post-secondary studies. They must submit a plan of study to the Department of History, preferably in their first year of study at Laurentian University, indicating their thematic field of interest, and the three Arts disciplines that they propose to combine in the Major. The Interdisciplinary Studies Committee will review proposals in consultation with the chairs, directors, or coordinators of the academic units involved, who must sign off on the student’s plan of study before it can be approved. The student’s individualized course map will be approved by the Committee, review annually, and revised if necessary. A copy of the approved course map also will be shared with the Office of the Registrar for their records.
Cost
International: $27,602

Cost shown is for Year 1 of the program.
Scholarships
DescriptionThe Major in Individualized Thematic Studies allows students to organize their own academic interests around a central theme or focus.

This B.A. program is housed in the Faculty of Arts, and is overseen by the Individualized Thematic Studies Committee, consisting of three faculty members from the Faculty of Arts Council. Each student will design his or her own program with the guidance of the Committee. The Committee will ensure that each student has a supervisor who will direct the independent study project at the 4000-level, and serve as the student’s academic advisor. The student’s individualized course map will be approved by the Committee, reviewed annually, and revised if necessary.
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