Distinctions & Opportunities
The College of Arts and Sciences offers a few additional introductory courses for undergraduates.
Course Descriptions for Other Courses (COLL)
- COLL-C 101 Introduction to Chess (1 cr.) An introduction to chess including the rules, strategies, and history of the game. S/F grading.
- COLL-Q 175 Introduction to the College (1 cr.) This course is highly recommended for directly admitted freshmen and transfer students. With guest speakers, campus visits, and online resources, students are introduced to valuable tools at Indiana University and taught how to use these resources most effectively. S/F grading.
- COLL-C 222 Take Control: Strategies for Academic Success for the Student with Disabilities (1–4 cr.) P: Limited to students determined by the Office of Disability Services for Students (DSS) to be eligible for IU disability support services. Offered as reasonable accommodation to students who, for disability-related reasons, require extra time to complete coursework. Credits earned do not count toward graduation but do count toward a full-time course load of 12 credit hours per semester. With permission of DSS, may be repeated for a maximum of 8 credit hours.
- COLL-X 495 Individual Readings and Research (1–6 cr.) Independent study that cannot be accommodated through a department reading number is arranged through a faculty member willing to work closely with a student to direct a project. Proposals and recommendations of the faculty director must be presented to the College of Arts and Sciences office prior to registration.