The communication studies, economics, English, geography, history, museum studies, philosophy, philanthropy, sociology, and Spanish programs presently offer master's degrees. In addition, virtually all School of Liberal Arts departments offer graduate courses, including certain 300- and 400-level courses that may be taken for graduate credit in programs in the Indiana University Graduate School or the Indiana University School of Education.
Students will not receive graduate credit without the written approval of a graduate advisor and the instructor of the course. Obviously, acceptable performance in the courses is also a condition for receiving graduate credit. In addition, other departments offer graduate course work. See sections on IU graduate programs. In addition, several departments and programs offer graduate certificate programs and minors.
|Economics of Nonprofits||Ph.D.|
|English, Teaching and Writing||Certificate|
|Geographic Information Science||MS||Certificate|
|Philosophy, International Research Ethics||MA|
|Political Science, International||MA|
|Sociology, Family/Gender Studies||MA|
|Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL)||Certificate|