The course of studies in this program is highly flexible and is suited to the individual student rather than to the requirements of a traditional major. Students take courses from any two programs of their choice. Students may choose from among history, psychology, literature, communication, political science, social science, development studies, and philosophy, among other disciplines. Essential to this approach is the individual direction which is provided to each student by a senior faculty member.
Many IS graduates proceed to law or business school; work in advertising, business and government; and become teachers, writers, and artists.