Mason's Bachelor of Individualized Study (BIS) program is a degree completion program for adult learners. BIS offers students generous transfer credit options and a distinctive educational opportunity to integrate other college-level learning, such as professional or military experience, into university coursework. Students create interdisciplinary concentrations to meet their own educational needs including to advance professionally, to prepare for graduate or professional programs, or to plan a path toward a career change.
Our advisors and faculty are committed to helping adults create and complete a meaningful academic plan aimed at professional and personal goals. BIS is designed to meet the needs of adults. Flexibility of program, pace of coursework, and timeframe to finish are built-in and are not an after-thought requiring "special handling".
Tuesday, August 13th at 6:00 PM in Enterprise Hall, Room 400
Thursday, September 12th at 11:00 AM in Enterprise Hall, Room 418
Thursday, September 12 at 6:00 PM in Enterprise Hall, Room 400
Learning Services is presenting the "Learning How to Learn" workshop before Fall classes begin for any student who wants to improve their academic performance. This workshop will introduce participants to the best strategies for brain-based learning in order to start the semester off right. We will cover time management, memory, reading, note taking, and exam strategies.Details »