Full time, Online, Part time
Themes, minors, aviation, co-op.
January, May, September
May vary depending on course selection
Today’s students and tomorrow’s leaders require flexible education options that allow for a blend of professional and academic training, interdisciplinary studies, and applied and practical experiences.
Choose the BIS program because:
Whether you are new to university or are returning to school after some time in the workforce, speak to an academic advisor about how you can complete your Bachelor of Integrated Studies degree.
Bachelor of Integrated Studies students can combine additional credentials and designations as part of their degree. Options include Themes, Minors, Certificates, and Diplomas.
Create a unique specialization around a unique theme or concept, using upper-level credits from two or more disciplines. If applicable, you complete the bulk of your theme courses in your last two years. If you are considering a theme, meet with an academic advisor as early in your program as possible, to ensure that you can complete the program in good time. Learn more about theme options.
Build one or more minors or extended minors into your degree from a diversity of fields in the arts, sciences, professional studies, and health. Or choose to complete an associate or full certificate in a specialized area of practice, with options ranging from Agricultural Technology to Workplace Education. For the full range of options, see UFV’s Programs list.
Students completing or who have completed Aviation training can receive academic credit for Transport Canada-issued licenses, and use this credit towards the Bachelor of Integrated Studies. Students should book an appointment with an Academic Advisor to learn more.
Graduates of the UFV Bachelor of Integrated Studies program work in a wide range of fields, with more than half pursuing additional credentialization and certification in specialized areas of practice. Integrated Studies alumni can be found in K-12 education; commercial aviation; business, management and human resources; government and administrative support; community programming, social services, and counselling; and in natural resource and environmental engagement.
Enter the Bachelor of Integrated Studies program directly, or through transfer. For more information, view the UFV calendar to see the Bachelor of Integrated Studies requirements.
This program is open for international students
Contact UFV's Upgrading and University Preparation department to learn more about upgrading options.