Dorothy W. K. Ige, Ph.D., Dean
Diane Marks Robinson, B.A., Assistant to the Dean
The College of Arts and Sciences offers postbaccalaureate certificates in three areas: Community Development and Urban Studies (contact Department of Minority Studies at 219-980-6629), Computer Information Systems (contact Department of Computer Information Systems at 219-980-6638), Drug and alcohol Counseling (contact Department of Psychology at 219-980-6680), and Race-Ethnic Studies (contact Department of Minority Studies at 219-980-6629). The certificates are designed for mature students seeking career changes, career development, or lifelong learning objectives. The postbaccalaureate certificate options are open to anyone holding a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Students will receive instructions in the major certificate subject area and selected courses in Arts and Sciences related areas.
The complete range of academic counseling, career counseling, and placement services are available to postbaccalaureate certificate students (consult the IU Northwest Undergraduate Bulletin for details).
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Department of English
George R. Bodmer, Ph.D., Professor of English and Chairperson
Alan P. Barr, Ph.D., Professor of English and Adjunct Professor of Women’s Studies
William K. Buckley, Ph.D., Professor of English
Robin R. Hass, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women’s Studies
Richard J. Hull, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English
Mary Harris Russell, Ph.D., Professor of English and Adjunct Professor of Women’s Studies
Patricia Lorimer Lundberg, Ph.D., Professor Emerita of English and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women’s Studies
The selection of courses for graduate programs in English at Indiana University must be done with departmental graduate counselors in Bloomington. Students seeking to enroll in graduate English courses at Indiana University Northwest must observe the following regulations: (1) must hold an undergraduate degree from an accredited university or college; (2) must provide evidence of prior admission to one of the graduate schools/divisions of Indiana University; and (3) must comply with the terminal dates for seeking such admission, as follows.
Graduate School, College of Arts and Sciences
Graduate Division, School of Education
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