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Associate of Individualized Studies
The associate of individualized studies degree (AIS) at Shawnee State University allows you to formulate your own individualized program of study based upon specific criteria. The goal of this degree is to permit the student, under the guidance of faculty advisors, to combine selected courses in academic and/or technical areas that may not meet the degree requirements for Shawnee State's associate of arts, associate of science, associate of applied science, or associate of applied business degrees.
The following conditions must be met for completion of the degree: 1) a total of 60 credit hours of 100-level or above course work with a minimum grade point average of 2.00; 2) a minimum of two areas of concentration with at least 14 credit hours in each; 3) a set of minimum general education requirements as outlined below and 4) completion of a minimum of 30 hours of credit after admission to the program.
The minimum set of general education requirements for the AIS is as follows:
Note: If you plan to transfer to another state
university in Ohio in order to pursue a four-year degree program, you
should consider completing the general education transfer module.