About IU Southeast

Academic Life

IU Southeast is a primarily a teaching institution where degreed faculty members invest time and effort in helping their students succeed as learners and leaders.

Across the disciplines, we emphasize the development of core skills, including critical thinking, research methods, writing, mathematics, and computer literacy.

IU Southeast requires that all degree candidates, regardless of major, take a solid foundation in arts, letters, mathematics and sciences to acquire the breadth of knowledge that is expected of today’s college graduates and is vital to success in a changing world.

Our academic calendar is divided into four sessions: fall and spring semesters of 15 weeks each, and two six-week summer sessions. Students may enter at the beginning of any of these sessions. Weekend classes are offered during the fall and spring semesters. Occasionally, a course may have a special calendar.

Flexibility is important to our students, and to us.

Courses are held from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m., to make it easier for you to balance school with work or family obligations. Courses are also available on Friday nights and Saturdays to extend your study alternatives. Parents may wish to take advantage of our highly rated Children’s Center. Online classes are also available across different degree programs, and you may also pursue online courses through the IU Online Class Connect program. Some programs, such as the Bachelor of Applied Science, are available completely online.

Students are encouraged to enhance their academic experience by taking advantage of special options such as the Honors Program, research opportunities, study abroad and internships.

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