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School of
Continuing Studies
Academic Bulletin

School of Continuing Studies 
Director of General Studies 
Indiana University Bloomington 
Owen Hall 101 
790 E. Kirkwood Avenue 
Bloomington, IN 47405-7101 
Toll Free: (800) 334-1011 
Fax: (812) 855-8680 Local: (812) 855-2292 
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Welcome to the General Studies Degree Program

Letter from the Dean
Indiana University
The School of Continuing Studies

Letter from the Dean

Much is happening in the School of Continuing Studies. You can now take many of our courses online. In fact, you can now earn your Associate of Arts in General Studies entirely online. And as a student in one of our Independent Study Program courses, you may choose to receive your course learning guides in an electronic format.

Created in 1975, the Indiana University School of Continuing Studies offers you the very best in lifelong learning. Through our systemwide units and campus divisions, we offer top-quality academic programs for learners of all ages-on campus, on site, or at a distance.

We continuously update our programming so that we can respond to your needs with convenient undergraduate, graduate, and workplace learning opportunities that uphold the highest standards of Indiana University.

We look forward to serving you.

Best wishes,
Jeremy Dunning, Dean
School of Continuing Studies

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Indiana University

Benefit from Indiana University's Reputation and Experience

When you become a student at Indiana University, you join an academic community internationally known for the excellence and diversity of its programs.

Founded at Bloomington in 1820, Indiana University is one of the oldest state-supported universities. It is also one of the largest, serving more than 91,000 students on eight campuses. The university attracts students from all 50 states and around the world and has a full-time faculty that numbers almost 4,000.

Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission
(http://www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org) (312-263-0456) and a member of the North Central Association.

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The School of Continuing Studies

Get the Best in Lifelong Learning

The Indiana University School of Continuing Studies can help meet your lifelong learning needs, with courses and programs available on campus, on site, and at a distance. We offer

  • an interdisciplinary two-year degree (Associate of Arts in General Studies)-available both on-campus and online.
  • an interdisciplinary four-year degree (Bachelor of General Studies).
  • a Master of Science in Adult Education.
  • a fully accredited high school diploma, available entirely at a distance.
  • more than 300 distance education high school and university courses.
    Many of these courses are available online; most feature electronic learning guides that you can download onto your computer via the Internet.
  • certificate programs.
  • professional development programs and workforce training.
Transform Your Life

Earning the Associate of Arts in General Studies (A.A. in General Studies) may help you advance in your professional or military career, receive certification, expand your employment options, take the first step toward advanced studies, and build your confidence. Once you have completed your A.A. in General Studies, you may decide to apply to complete the Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.).

Completing the B.G.S. gives you basic preparation for many careers and graduate programs. B.G.S. graduates work in various professional fields, including education, law, government, health care, real estate, social service, and private industry. Many B.G.S. students have gone on to graduate programs such as anthropology, business, divinity studies, education, fine arts, international affairs, law, library science, management, nursing, public health, and social work. B.G.S. graduates have earned master's degrees and doctorates at Indiana University and other universities.

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