General Studies Program
Requirements for a Second Bachelor's Degree
Normally, the holder of a baccalaureate degree who wishes to pursue a further educational goal is encouraged to become qualified for admission to a graduate degree program. In certain cases, however, a student may be admitted to candidacy for the B.G.S. degree or for an A.A.G.S. degree.
After admission to the General Studies Degree Program of the School of Continuing Studies, bachelor's degree candidates must earn
- At least 30 credit hours of the required 120 from Indiana University if they have not previously earned credit from the Indiana University system
- A minimum of 20 credit hours acceptable for the B.G.S. degree after admission to the General Studies Degree Program
- All requirements for the Bachelor of General Studies degree