Brigham Young University. Bachelor of Independent Studies Advisory Committee

The Bachelor of Independent Studies Advisory Committee was responsible for approving the general policies for the degree programs and guiding the development of curriculum toward continual improvement. This committee also set requirements for degree programs and sought to ensure these programs' quality. The chairman of this committee was Frank Santiago (1980-1984).


Established: 1980

Abolished: 1984

Location: Provo, Utah (1980-1984)


The Bachelor of Independent Studies Advisory Committee was in charge of approving the general philosophy and policies governing the degree program, giving direction to the curriculum development and its continued improvement, and establishing degree requirements and assure program quality. It also received periodic reports, evaluated them, and made recommendations to improve program effectiveness.

Assets and Administrative Structure

This committee was responsible to the Academic Vice-President and was run by a chairman.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University (1980-1984)

Associated Archival Materials

Brigham Young University Committees (UA 791)


Brigham Young University Committees (UA 791 Fol 1) (Function, Administrative Structure, and Chairman)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2011-00025

Creator: UPB