In this section, courses from several schools and departments of Indiana University are listed and coded with three- and four-letter codes that indicate the originating department. Full descriptions of courses not offered in the School of Education can be found in the bulletins for the schools and colleges offering the courses. A guide to the codes is as follows:

  • BUS (Kelly School of Business)
  • COLL (College of Arts and Sciences)
  • EDUC (School of Education)
  • HPER (School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation)
  • INFO (School of Informatics)
  • JOUR (School of Journalism)
  • MUS (School of Music)
  • SLIS (School of Library and Information Science)
  • SPEA (School of Public and Environmental Affairs)
  • SWK (School of Social Work)

Departments of the College of Arts and Sciences:

  • AAAD (African American and African Diaspora Studies)
  • AMST (American Studies)
  • ANTH (Anthropology)
  • AST (Astronomy)
  • BIOL (Biology)
  • CHEM (Chemistry)
  • CLAS (Classical Studies)
  • CMCL (Communication and Culture)
  • CMLT (Comparative Literature)
  • CSCI (Computer Science)
  • EALC (East Asian Languages and Cultures)
  • ECON (Economics)
  • ENG (English)
  • FINA (Fine Arts)
  • FOLK (Folklore and Ethnomusicology)
  • FRIT (French and Italian)
  • GEOG (Geography)
  • GEOL (Geology)
  • GER (Germanic Studies)
  • GNDR (Gender Studies)
  • HISP (Spanish and Portuguese)
  • HIST (History)
  • HPSC (History and Philosophy of Science)
  • LING (Linguistics)
  • LTAM (Latin American and Caribbean Studies)
  • MATH (Mathematics)
  • MEST (Medieval Studies)
  • NELC (Near Eastern Languages and Cultures)
  • PHIL (Philosophy)
  • PHYS (Physics)
  • POLS (Political Science)
  • PSY (Psychology)
  • REL (Religious Studies)
  • SLAV (Slavic Languages and Literatures)
  • SOC (Sociology)
  • SPHS (Speech and Hearing Sciences)
  • TEL (Telecommunications)
  • THTR (Theatre and Drama)

For descriptions of courses required for teacher certification that are offered by other schools on campus, see the bulletins of those schools.

The abbreviation "P" refers to the course prerequisite or prerequisites. The number of hours of credit given a course is indicated in parentheses following the course title. The abbreviation "B", "I" or "B-I" after the course title indicates whether the course is offered at Bloomington, Indianapolis, or at both campuses.

Courses in this section are listed alphabetically by prefix letter and in ascending numerical order within each of the sections. Unless otherwise specified, the prefix to all courses is EDUC-. Courses numbered 100–299 are lower division undergraduate courses; 300–499 are upper division undergraduate courses; 500 + are graduate courses.

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