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Degree Plan

As a student in the Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies (MDS) or Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program, you have unique flexibility in designing your degree to meet your individual life and career goals. Your Degree Plan is developed in MDS 305 – Introduction to Multidisciplinary Studies / BAS 305 – Introduction to the Applied Sciences – and you will continue to work closely with your academic advisor to develop an academic degree plan that will help you meet your stated goals.

Should you need to make any changes to your plan, you may complete the two-step Degree Plan Revision process for re-approval.

  1. Schedule an advising appointment with your academic advisor to discuss your goals and reasons for making a change to your approved plan.
  2. Complete the Degree Plan Revisions Form explaining why you are making changes to your plan.
  • Name * Required
  • Who is your academic advisor * Required
  • (e.g., Course was not available, found a more relevant course, etc.)
  • List the course or courses you currently have listed on your Degree Plan.
  • List the course or courses you plan to take in its place.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
    The date you met with or are scheduled to meet with your academic advisor to discuss your revision. Advising appointments may be in-person, over the phone, or via video chat.
  • I've updated my Degree Tracker to reflect these changes. * Required
  • Please provide a shareable link to your degree plan. If you are in an older catalog and have a Word or PDF version of your degree plan, please upload that document in the field below.
  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, pdf.

You will receive notification via email when your Degree Plan has been reviewed and approved by your advisor.

Be sure to enter your approved Degree Plan into your Planner/Degree Tracker. Degree Tracker is an online tool that helps you map out your entire academic path to graduation. If you need assistance, reach out to your academic advisor or use the Help documents found on your myBoiseState Help.