To earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrative Arts at Abington, you will determine the courses to fulfill the following requirements:
- This may include additional arts courses
Notes about Major Requirements:
Some courses to choose from to fulfill this requirement:
Note: Courses may double count toward Gen. Ed, B.A., major, minor, electives
- All 9 credits are OUTSIDE the student’s arts area.
- No more than 6 credits are in any one subject area.
- 6 of these credits may double count with College Requirements (History of the Arts).
- Special Topics: #497 and #297
- Independent Studies: #496 6 credit maximum, 3 credits each
- Independent studies of more than 3 credits or internships of more than 6 credits must be approved by Division Head prior to semester in which class occurs.
- Internships: #495 18 credit maximum, 3-6 credits per semester
The coversheet provides a blank outline of an academic plan. Fill in the courses you plan to take on this sheet to determine if you are fulfilling the various requirements for the major.
In order to plan the courses you will take, you have to know what courses are available! The Schedule of Courses allows you to learn about current and past course offerings.
Office of Academic Affairs (119 Sutherland)
This office can provide you with the syllabi of courses that are of interest to you. We also suggest that you consult with the professors of those courses.
The Registrar’s Office (121 Sutherland)
This office can assist you with understanding academic controls and prerequisites for certain courses.
To use eLion, visit the link above and click “Students.” You will then be prompted to type in your access (email) ID or student ID. Click “Alternative (majors to explore),” then “Abington College” and “Integrative Arts.” A degree audit will appear that will show you what courses you have already taken and what requirements you need to fulfill for the IARAB major. You must be currently registered in courses for eLion to work for you.
Click the link above to view a sample Academic Plan for IARAB majors. At the bottom of the document, you will find a chart titled Scheduling Patterns, which lists anticipated future course offerings through Spring 2014. (Please note that it is subject to change) This chart can be very useful in deciding the courses to take each semester and planning the courses you will take in future semesters to complete your degree.
Click to view the recommended academic plans of all the majors at Penn State.
View answers to additional questions you may have. If your question is not addressed, please contact the Program Chair,
William Cromar, at email@example.com