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Bachelor of Science or Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies Online

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Program Overview

Are you ready to take charge of your academic and professional future by designing a unique bachelor-level program that reflects your goals and interests? UT’s Individualized Program (IDVP) or Interdisciplinary Studies Degree allows students who have completed 20 semester hours of college coursework to earn a bachelor’s degree online through a nontraditional and highly customized plan of study. It’s the perfect option for students who want to learn about new fields or refocus their career goals.

Benefits of UT

The University of Toledo is a 4 year, public, regionally accredited university that has been serving students since 1872. As a student, you will enjoy: direct contact with your Success Coach and advisers, and interactive faculty to help you achieve your goals. UT also has many resources that a large institution offers such as; eTutoring, IT Help Desk, and eLibrary.

Program Details

Students work in close collaboration with UT advisers to create a custom program of study. All programs must be approved by a committee of faculty and meet specific University College degree requirements. Once approved, students enjoy personalized advising, access to all of UT’s academic resources, and the ability to pursue highly-focused coursework that aligns with their interests.


We make the transfer process seamless. You receive an official evaluation as soon as we receive your official transcripts. You can also get an unofficial evaluation from

Check out our transfer scholarships!


Students choose an online bachelor degree in Interdisciplinary Studies to fulfill a variety of academic and career objectives.

The program is flexible enough to qualify individuals in a broad range of professions and the career possibilities are as varied as the programs themselves.

Many graduates work in marketing and communications, human resources, healthcare, social work, and conservation. 

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To be admitted to the Individualized Program at The University of Toledo, students must have earned at least 20 transfer credits from an accredited college or university and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.

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Last Updated: 2/15/18