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Bloomington Programs
 

School of
Education
2000-2002
Undergraduate
Academic Bulletin
Supplement

School of Education
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Bloomington, IN 47405-1006 
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School of Edcation
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Bloomington Programs

Several of the education programs at the Bloomington campus have been revised or are currently under revision. Students who are already enrolled in programs should consult the 1998-2000 bulletin.

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:

Schools:
EDUC (School of Education)
HPER (School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation)
JOUR (School of Journalism)
MUS (School of Music)
SLIS (School of Library and Information Science)
SPEA (School of Public and Environmental Affairs)
University Graduate School

Departments of the College of Arts and Sciences:
AFRO (Afro-American 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)
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 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)

The Indiana University School of Education at Bloomington offers teacher education programs leading to Indiana teaching licenses in kindergarten-primary/early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education (senior high/junior high/middle school), special/ elementary education and all-grade education as outlined below. The secondary and all-grade programs require at least one major chosen from those outlined.

Minors and endorsements may also be added to any of the education programs to enhance qualifications. These are outlined in a separate section following the Bloomington teacher education programs.

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