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Combine your interests, skills, and college credits to complete a comprehensive, employable Miami University bachelor’s degree.

Whether you are looking to finish your bachelor's degree or already have an associate degree and want to get ahead in your career, we offer two degrees that will fast track you to meeting your next milestone goal: a Bachelor of Integrative Studies or Bachelor of Science/Arts in Liberal Studies. These versatile degrees give you the flexibility to pursue careers in a broad range of fields, including education, business, government, and many more!

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Scholarship Opportunity

To help you get a jump start on reaching your goal we have a special $500 one time* scholarship available. 

To be considered for scholarships students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and apply to Miami University Regionals or re-enroll. You should submit your FAFSA as soon as possible so your aid eligibility may be determined.


  • Have earned at least 40 credit hours at any accredited university with a 2.0 GPA or higher.
  • Declare an Integrative Studies or Liberal Studies major and register for at least 9 credit hours for spring/fall 2024.
  • Apply to Miami University Regionals or re-enroll by Jan. 1 for the spring semester and Aug. 1 for the fall semester.

*This is a one-time scholarship; not renewable for future years. This is not a stackable scholarship. 

Bachelor of Integrative Studies

Self-design a degree that perfectly suits your career and personal goals while using the college credits you already have. Selecting from 13 concentrations such as organizational leadership, environmental studies, or a self-designed concentration, you are able to build a curriculum that matches your academic and workforce advancement needs.

Who is best suited for the BIS program? This degree works well for those who have already earned an associate degree or have completed other college-level work and want to apply that towards a bachelor’s degree. This program also suits those who want to design a highly focused degree. 

You’ll enjoy flexible scheduling for working adults including online, evening, and daytime in-person course options. Some in-person classes are required in this degree.

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Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

Who is best suited for the Liberal Studies program? Many students find themselves with multiple interests, a varied skill set and a substantial number of credits but no degree in hand. By combining your existing credits and completing two core courses (Principles of Liberal Studies and Capstone in Liberal Studies), you’ll be well on the way to your Liberal Studies degree.

As a college graduate, you will have already demonstrated critical thinking, communication, initiative, perseverance, and success—transferable skills for many occupations.

Our advisors will work with you to determine any other courses needed to “fill in the gaps” academically to help you graduate as quickly as possible. You’ll enjoy flexible scheduling for working adults including online, and in-person course options. 

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Integrative Studies

*Samy Broyles is now the Director of Community and Alumni Engagement at Miami Regionals.

Liberal Studies

Apply to Miami

We'll be here to help every step of the way as you prepare for college admission, enrollment, and success.

New to Miami Students

  • Apply for Admission.
  • Request transcripts from all colleges or universities attended.
  • High school transcripts are required for first-time new students. 

Returning Former Miami Students

  • Complete the Re-Enrollment Application.
  • Request transcripts from any college or university attended after attending Miami.
  • Contact the One Stop with any questions regarding your re-enrollment application.