B.I.S. with COM Concentration

The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies program (B.I.S.) is a university-wide degree program that enables students to create interdisciplinary specialties that prepare them for careers in a world that increasingly bridges academic disciplines. Students pursue two subject-area concentrations that represent academic interests they wish to integrate into a meaningful program. A four-course core offers students the intellectual tools to identify connections between their concentrations and engage in interdisciplinary problem-solving.

Advising Guides and Curriculum Checksheets

Advising guides for specific catalog years are listed below. The curriculum check sheet is an advising form used to assist students in understanding the requirements for a degree in communication.

Graduate Faculty in Communication

Doctoral Chair eligible faculty member

Janet K. Alberts* | jess.alberts@asu.edu | President's Professor, Human Communication

Empty Space Season 2009-2010

[Hog Butcher(s) for the World]: Young performance scholars visit, embody and emerge from the [stockyard],  
written and performed by Nicole Martin, Julie McLaughlin-Hester, Lydia Nelson
October 23-24

Empty Space Season 2010-2011

From Another World, Music from RebbeSoul
September 2
The music performed was inspired by the songs of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, one of the greatest spiritual teachers in the last 100 years. RebbeSoul says, "this is my humble performance of his profoundly simple yet deeply spiritual music that truly alludes to something From Another World."

Empty Space Season 2011-2012

Civil Dialogue™ “Hot Topics, Cool Heads”
first Wednesday of each month

Empty Space Season 2012-2013

Civil Dialogue™ “Hot Topics, Cool Heads”
first Wednesday of each month

Empty Space Season 2013-2014

Civil Dialogue™ “Hot Topics, Cool Heads”
first Wednesday of each month

Civil Dialogue (CD) is a structured format for public dialogue that provides a tool to build bridges across the chasm of public viewpoints. CD can be used in multiple contexts to help people communicate in civil and productive ways, especially when they face “hot topics” and need to employ “cool heads.”

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