Associate of Individualized Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies

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Your interests and passions are unique, so your degree should be, too. The University of Cincinnati Online’s Associate of Individualized Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies (AIS) degree program is an educational pathway with multiple fields of study, allowing you to create your own major. The fully online AIS program is credit-transfer friendly, affordable, and provides the flexibility needed to apply previously earned credits towards a degree pathway individually designed for you. Let us help you complete the next step towards reaching your goals while still balancing other life responsibilities!

What is Interdisciplinary Studies?

The online Associate of Individualized Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies program allows students to tailor their studies to specific educational needs. This presents an excellent opportunity to use previously earned college credits towards pursuing an online associate degree. The curriculum is determined by the student through participation in the academic and careers decisions seminar. While completing the seminar course, students work with a faculty advisor to integrate previously earned credits and plan new coursework covering two or more specialty concentration areas.

What makes this online program unique?

  • Rather than being forced to follow a prescribed curriculum, students work with a faculty advisor to create an educational pathway that fits their unique history and career plan.
  • It is a flexible degree option for students who have completed college credits in multiple disciplines or at various institutions but do not have enough credit in a single program area for an associate degree.
  • It offers you the flexibility of finishing your degree online while balancing work, family, and other life responsibilities.
  • Students are able to transfer up to forty (40) credit hours into the program. Note: A minimum of twenty (20) credit hours must be from the University of Cincinnati.