The individualized major is an alternative that allows A.S. students to replace the Business and Leadership major by creating a major from at least 30 credits of selected courses within a single academic discipline that is more directly applicable to their individual educational and/or career goals. Consult a CAPS student success advisor to learn more.
|HIST250||U.S. History in Dialogue with the Present||3|
|SOCS110||Succeeding in College||3|
|Select one course from each of the following General Education categories:||18|
Academic Research Writing (R category)
Technology in Our World (T category)
Health and Wellness (Y category)
Mathematics (M category)
Global Cultures and the American Mosaic (E category)
Responding to the Arts (A category)
|General Education Total||30|
|At least 30 credits of selected courses within a single academic discipline||30|
Course must be taken for credit at Bethel.
Sample Course Sequence
This example includes the general education courses for a hypothetical student that starts in the Fall Semester. The courses comprising the individualized major can be completed before and/or after the general education courses.
|SOCS110 Succeeding in College||3||ENGL130 Successful Writing||3||ARTC150A Responding to the Arts||3|
|CHMN140 Spiritual Quest||3||HEPE260Y Physical Wellness||3||HIST250 U.S. History in Dialogue with the Present||3|
|MATH180M Mathematics in Real Life||3|
|SOCS255E Studies in the American Mosaic||3|
|ENGL225R Academic Research and Writing||3|
|BUSN285T Studies in Technology and Society||3|
|Total Credits: 30|