The integrative studies program gave Elizabeth Fouts even more control over combining her interests in multiple areas of study into one degree plan.
“I have always been interested in several areas of study, especially in the humanities,” Fouts said. “I was excited to learn that I could sculpt my own major to be exactly what I wanted with classes in several colleges.”
Through the diverse course load, Fouts has been able to equip herself to analyze literature, think critically, and communicate well through speech and writing in order to prepare for a master’s degree in anthropology.
“I have loved so many of the classes I have taken thanks to the amazing professors I have been blessed to have,” Fouts said. “The professor makes all the difference for me when it comes to classes, and I have loved learning from professors like Dr. Adair, Dr. Singleton and Dr. Klein.”