Individualized Major Programs Conference
For the last four decades many U.S. universities have offered undergraduate students the opportunity to design their own "individualized majors." Some universities have well-developed individualized major programs; others offer a degree option to students on an ad hoc basis. Since 2009, this annual conference has assembled individualized major faculty, advisors, and administrators to consider the lessons to be learned across the range of individualized major practices.
The first four conferences were held at Indiana University. Since 2013, the conference has rotated among different locations.
For information about the 2014 conference, please contact Dr. Kevin Egan of Drexel University at email@example.com or (215) 895-0457.
Past Conferences Hosted at Indiana University
2012: Fourth Annual Individualized Major Programs Conference
2011: Ensuring and Assessing Individualized Student Success
2010: Assessment of Effective Learning and Best Practices
2009: Best Practices and Besetting Challenges
- IMP Discussion Listserv — A discussion list for faculty and staff of individualized major programs, hosted by New College at the University of Alabama. To subscribe, send an e-mail to LISTSERV@BAMA.UA.EDU; the body of your e-mail should read SUBSCRIBE IMP Firstname Lastname (replace Firstname Lastname with your name).
- IMP: Individualized Major Programs — A collection of resources related to IM programs, hosted by the BDIC program at UMass–Amherst.
- NACADA: Advising Individualized Majors Potential Interest Group