Integrated Studies

Program Coordinator: Dr. Montse Feu Lopez, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Please visit the Integrated Studies program webpage for more information.


Phone: 936-294-1448
Physical Address: AB IV, 423

The Bachelor of Science in Integrated Studies degree is an interdisciplinary degree that allows students to design a curriculum to meet individual goals by connecting the Texas core curriculum, 3 academic minors, two Integrated Studies courses, and appropriate supporting courses. 

Additional information: Reference the Program Landing Page for additional information, such as cost, delivery format, contact information, or to schedule a visit.

  • Students must have at least a 2.0 overall GPA.     
  • The degree requires 18 distinct hours in each minor, as well as INTG3301 and INTG4301.   
  • Meet with a SAM Center advisor to declare your Bachelor of Science in Integrated Studies.

INTG 3301. Critical Approaches to Integrated Studies. 3 Hours.

Students research their chosen discipline minors to critically investigate and enhance their understanding of the fields associated with these minors. Emphasis is on students exploring links between their minors in preparation for coursework and employment or education beyond the interdisciplinary Bachelor?s degree.
Prerequisite: Sophomore Standing.

INTG 4301. Integrated Studies Capstone. 3 Hours.

Students conduct career exploration activities as well as complete a capstone project linking the three minor areas of study that comprise the student's personalized Bachelor of Science in Integrated Studies degree. Students will research, review, and analyze the three academic minor areas and mold them into an innovative research report. Course Equivalents: LSTU 4301, UNIV 4301
Prerequisite: INTG 3301.