When Brian Miller started at IPFW, fresh out of Carroll High School, he knew he wanted to work in sports. He served as the public address announcer for Mastodon basketball and volleyball events and devoted so much time to extracurricular activities that he neglected his studies. “I struggled my first year and was put on academic probation,” he recalls of his early college days, which also included serving on The Communicator staff and in student government.
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Completing the Indiana University Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.), an interdisciplinary four-year degree, gives you basic preparation for many careers and graduate programs. B.G.S. graduates work in various professional fields, including education, law, government, health care, real estate, social service, and private industry. Many B.G.S. students have gone onto graduate programs such as anthropology, business, divinity studies, education, fine arts, international affairs, law, library science, management, nursing, public health, and social work. B.G.S. graduates have earned master's degrees and doctorates at Indiana University and other universities.
Admission to the university must be completed in order to register for classes. Contact the General Studies Degree Programs office for an appointment at 260-481-6828. Please bring official or unofficial transcripts to the appointment. The General Studies Degree Programs office is located in Kettler Hall, Room 144.
For more information on a program that interests you, visit the IPFW online Undergraduate Bulletin.
Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.) - 120 total credit hours