At Antioch University Seattle, you can design a program as individual as you are. Some students find that traditional degree programs do not reflect the broad, interdisciplinary curiosity that drives them as they explore the world. Others have specific professional goals or areas of deep personal interest that aren’t served by a standardized program. For such self-directed, reflective learners, we offer a custom BA program – the Individualized Bachelors of Arts Concentration.
Whether you are hoping to start your career, advance it, or switch professions, your faculty and degree committee will bring practical perspective to your degree and its value in the community once you graduate. Through their mentorship, you will identify and pursue opportunities that will allow you to make a difference in your community and your workplace.
You individualize your program with the help of your faculty adviser and a degree committee of your choosing. For your self-designed studies, you can draw your courses from many disciplines. For example, you already may hold many upper and lower division college credits and hope to finish your degree in a specific field that does not relate to one of the structured areas of concentration. Or you may be interested in combining three areas of interest that appear to be unrelated such as your background in business administration and your interest in creative writing and psychology. Or you may simply be interested in pursuing studies unrelated to one of the structured areas of concentration such as naturopathic healing, Northwest marine life, or foreign language study. In cases such as this, creating your own area of concentration might be the best option for you.
Join us to learn more at our BA Info Sessions on Tuesday, January 27 and Saturday, February 7, and BA Orientation on Thursday, March 19. RSVP online here.
Here’s a look at some of the recent concentrations students have created for themselves:
Psychology with an emphasis on community health
Labor relations/organizational and social change
Natural sciences/applied music
Theater arts and dance
Multicultural studies and English as a second language
Social psychology and business with emphasis on economics
Psychology of inter-subjective identity and creative expression
Language, consciousness, and information theory
International business leadership and intercultural communication
Multicultural counseling and community advocacy
Arts and education
Public administration leadership
Culture and health
Psychology and organizational systems leadership