BS in Integrated Professional Studies

Designed for working professionals, the online Bachelor of Science in Integrated Professional Studies (BIPS) develops depth in your area of interest and the breadth to see and think from different perspectives.

  • Fully online, with no set class meeting times 
  • 7-week courses focus on real-world projects
  • Innovative core courses build transferable skills such as critical thinking, analyzing and interpreting data, and collaborative problem solving
  • Choose an Area of Focus (Health & Wellness, Service, or Arts, Entertainment, & Media) or design your own
  • Create a clear path to graduation with a BIPS advisor
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Careers

With this versatile degree, you’ll build on existing knowledge to develop in-demand skills that you can use to move up in your current field or launch a new career.

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Courses

Explore the B.S. in Integrated Professional Studies, including core courses, areas of focus, the capstone course, and the skills you’ll develop in the program.

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Admission

Learn about admission requirements, see how this degree compares to our other online bachelor's degree programs, and get information on applying.

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Cost & Aid

Get details on our costs, which are competitive with those of other top universities. Our goal is to provide an online education that's both exceptional and affordable.

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BS BIPS Home Candace“The BIPS program offered courses that I knew would help develop me into a better leader.”

Candace Stradford, BIPS Graduate

Next Steps

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