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Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Professional Studies in

Integrated Studies

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Program Overview
Earn your degree with the convenience and affordability of Lipscomb Online.

Do you have a dream career but can’t find the right degree to get there? Then create a combination of classes that’s right for you with a bachelor’s degree in Integrated Studies from Lipscomb University. You’ll have the flexibility to personalize your program of study and build a degree that meets your needs. We created our flexible curriculum featuring self-paced modules and collaborative seminars with you in mind. During your final term, your capstone project will put all your new skills and competencies to use, demonstrating your ability to solve a real-world problem in your areas of concentration.

Merge your experience and credit with our online degree in Integrated Studies, and prepare to thrive. You'll receive individualized support along with completely online, flexible curriculum. Many of our graduates earn this degree within two years.

Admissions Requirements

Admissions Requirements

Ready to apply? Let’s get started. We’re here to help at every step. Here’s what you’ll need to apply to Lipscomb Online.

  • High school diploma
  • Completed online application
  • $50 application fee or fee waiver
  • Official college transcripts from all schools attended (minimum 2.0 GPA)
  • Official high school transcripts (if you have less than 30 hours of college credit)

Steps to Apply

  1. Complete our online application. Please be sure to list each college you have previously attended.
  2. Request to have your transcript(s) from your previous college(s) sent directly to Lipscomb. Mail to:
    Lipscomb University
    Online Admissions
    One University Park Drive
    Nashville, TN 37204
  3. If you have completed fewer than 30 hours of accredited college work, an official high school transcript is also required. Contact the school board where your high school is (was) located, and have them mail the transcript to Admissions at the address above.
  4. You may submit the $50 application fee via credit card after completing the online application, or mail a check made out to "Lipscomb University" to the address above.

Program of Study

All undergraduate students must complete these General Education Requirements.

Integrated Studies Core (12 hours)
BI 2893 - Reading Your Life in the Biblical Narrative
INST 2113 - Introduction to Integrated Studies
INST 3003 - Principles and Practice of Integrated Thought
INST 4003 - Senior Project

Students choose two 12-credit hour concentrations in two different areas offered as majors at Lipscomb University. 3 hours of each of the concentrations must be completed at Lipscomb, 6 hours of each concentration must be upper division courses, and 6 hours of each must be distinct hours.

Concentration 1* (12 hours)
Lower Division (6 Hours)
Upper Division (6 Hours)

Concentration 2* (12 hours)
Lower Division (6 Hours)
Upper Division (6 Hours)

Upper-Division Electives (12 hours)


Total hours required in the major: 48

*Concentrations for Integrated Studies can be individualized based on the student's prior coursework and current offerings in Lipscomb Online.

Electives/Badges/Certificates (3+ hours)

Degree Type Requirements (6-8 hours)

Minimum Total for Graduation: 126 hours

Concentration Areas for the Integrated Studies Major:

Data Analysis for Leaders
Choose 12 hours from any of the following courses:
PSDT 1013 - Data Management Systems for Organizations
PSDT 1023 - Introduction to Decision Support Systems
PSDT 2103 - Information Concepts and Design
PSDT 3013 - Analysis Tools for Organizational Leaders
PSDT 3023 - Enterprise Information Management and Analysis
PSDT 4113 - Decision Support Systems Implementation

Entertainment Management
Choose 12 hours from any of the following courses:
EM 2003 - Nonprofit Arts Management
EM 3003 - Entertainment Management
EM 4003 - Entrepreneurship in the Arts
PSMG 3023 - Servant Leadership
PSMG 3503 - Management Principles for Leaders
PSMK 3503 - Marketing Concepts for Leaders

General Business
Choose 12 hours from any of the following courses:
PSAC 2103 - Accounting for Leaders
PSEC 2003 - Economic Concepts for Leaders
PSFI 2023 - Financial Acumen for Leaders
PSMG 2013 - Management Principles for Leaders
PSMG 3023 - Servant Leadership
PSMG 4013 - HR Management for Leaders
PSMK 2013 - Marketing Concepts for Leaders

Choose 12 hours from any of the following courses:
PS 1113 - Introduction to Psychology
PS 2313 - Behavior Modification
PS 2423 - Life Span Development
PS 3413 - Social Psychology
PS 3463 - Personality Theories
PS 4423 - Abnormal Psychology

Strategic Practices
Choose 12 hours from any of the following courses:
OGLD 3603 - Applied Leadership Ethics
OGLD 3612 - Leadership Practices Seminar
OGLD 3623 - Talent Development and Coaching for Leaders
OGLD 4603 - Strategic Planning and Change
OGLD 415V - Advanced Global Skills
OGLD 424V - Advanced Mission Focus

Technology Management for Leaders
Choose 12 hours from any of the following courses:
PSDT 1013 - Data Management Systems for Organizations
PSDT 1023 - Introduction to Decision Support Systems
PSDT 2113 - Database Administration for Organizational Support
PSDT 3113 - Networking Concepts and Applications
PSDT 3123 - Information Security Management
PSDT 3133 - Trends in Technology Management

Tuition & Aid

Tuition & Aid

Instead of a traditional 16-week semester, you can earn the same college credit in half the time—and at half the price of our traditional day program—through classes built for eight-week terms. SetPACE tuition is $550 per credit hour.

In addition, you can earn up to 30 credit hours in one day through a behavioral assessment in our CORE Competency Assessment Center.

Financial Aid

Lipscomb Online offers the same high-quality degree as our traditional on-campus programs with the flexibility to fit your life at a cost that’s half the price. Earn a Lipscomb education in a way that fits your budget through financial aid opportunities like scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment.

  • Grants: You may qualify for federal grants, such as the Pell Grant, or grants from other sources specific to your program of study and personal background.
  • Loans: Finance your education through one or more loans, either from the federal government or a private lender, that you can repay after college.
  • Scholarships: Depending on your credentials, you may qualify for scholarships from federal, state and other sources.
  • Tuition Discounts: If your employer offers tuition assistance or has a corporate partnership with Lipscomb University, you may be eligible for an application fee waiver and reduced tuition.
  • Military Benefits: Veterans, military members and their families attending Lipscomb may qualify for a variety of aid, including scholarships, stipends and tuition assistance.

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Professional Studies

Credit Hours:

Earn up to 30 credits in assessment center toward this 126-hour degree.


Traditional 8-week term (SetPACE)

I wouldn’t have been able to take courses like my Servant Leadership course anywhere else. Abby King

Why Lipscomb Online?


Both our deeply connected faculty and our experiential learning opportunities offer a myriad of ways for you to form relationships with leaders in your chosen industry. These connections will serve and support you throughout your career.


Enjoy all of the resources available to our traditional undergraduate students—completely online. Our expert faculty are fully accessible to you to provide one-on-one coaching, and with our online library database, you can work on the go.


We offer several ways for you to receive college credit for both academic knowledge and life experiences. Earn credit by taking an exam, submitting a portfolio, accounting for military or professional training, and participating in our day-long behavioral assessment program.

You have what it takes.