Previous IU South Bend Campus Bulletins

Students are ordinarily subject to the curricular requirements outlined in the Bulletin in effect at the start of their current degree. See below for links to previous Bulletins (bulletins prior to 2013-2014 are in PDF format only).

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Online Joint Collaborative Programs

A jointly offered program is one that is offered by more than one IU campus.

Here’s how the degree program works: you enroll at one of the participating campuses, and this campus becomes your home campus, or campus of enrollment. You may then register for classes offered by your home campus or by any of other participating campuses. Your home campus will apply the credits you earn toward your degree.

When you have completed all degree requirements, your home campus will award your Indiana University diploma.

How does it work?

Students will be assigned to a “home” campus, or campus of enrollment (IU South Bend), but you can take online classes from any of these campuses to increase your options and shorten your time to degree. IU South Bend will apply the credits you earn toward your B.S.

When all degree requirements are successfully completed, IU South Bend will award your Indiana University diploma. The placement office will help you find appropriate employment.

What's it like to be an IU Online Student?

Earn an IU education from wherever you are

When you enroll in an IU Online program, you take IU classes, taught by the same faculty who teach on our campuses.

It's the flexible, affordable way to get the IU education you deserve without putting your life—or career—on hold.

Get the support you need to succeed

As a student in an IU Online program, you'll have the opportunity to engage with and seek help from your professors and peers, just as you would in a campus-based program.

You'll also have access to a variety of academic and other support services that you can call on when you need additional assistance. You're an important part of the IU community and we're dedicated to ensuring you have the resources you need to thrive in your online program.

Reap the rewards for decades to come

No matter what field you're in, an IU degree or certificate can improve your chances of earning a promotion or pay raise.

You'll also earn skills that will help you to achieve success for the foreseeable future, whether you're seeking to complete an advanced degree in your current field or switch career paths altogether.

Take the first step toward a more rewarding future

Student Services

IU Online provides quick and easy access to tools, tips, and IU resources to help you succeed, including:

  • Admissions | Personalized application support for the program that is right for you
  • Onboarding | An interactive orientation to online learning and all things IU
  • Student Financial Services | Tailored resources for financial aid and money management
  • Success Coaching | One-on-one support to reach your academic and personal goals
  • Math and Writing Support | Direct access to IU-trained math mentors and writing consultants
  • Career Services | Interactive tools and coaching to accelerate your career
  • Libraries and Research | Online access to IU library resources and research librarians
  • Technology | A full suite of software, collaboration tools, cloud storage, and training
  • 24/7 Contact Center | Real-time chat, email, and phone support direct from IU

Programs that are offered through IU Online are:

Course Descriptions

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Academic Bulletins

PDF Version

2017-2018 Campus Bulletin
2016-2017 Campus Bulletin
2015-2016 Campus Bulletin
2014-2015 Campus Bulletin

Please be aware that the PDF is formatted from the webpages; some pages may be out of order.