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If you have questions about enrollment dates, your enrollment appointment, or meeting with a PBS Academic Advisor, see Frequently Asked Questions.
Step 1. Review Your Degree Requirements
- How to Read Your AAR: Brief and Detailed.
- If you're planning to meet with an Academic Advisor, download a printer friendly AAR and take it with you.
- You can use your AAR to see how your degree requirements would change if you added or changed a minor or major -or- to see how a course you're considering taking might count towards your requirements. See What-If Scenario 1 or 2.
Step 2. Choose Courses
- Schedule of Classes - browse courses offered by term, includes all departments.
- Special Course Listings shows 8-week courses and courses that fulfill degree particular degree requirements such as Intensive Writing, CASE A&H, S&H, more.... To find Critical Approaches (CAPP) courses, look for Other Special Course Offerings, and then Critical Approaches.
- College of Arts & Sciences Bulletin (2014-2015) provides descriptions for all courses offered by all departments and programs. Not all courses are taught each semester!
- Critical Approaches Course Descriptions - course topics vary by semester and instructor.
- All IUB School Bulletins: Business, Education, HPER, SPEA, Social Work...
- College of Arts & Sciences Education (CASE) Course Offerings Tool - browse courses that fulfill CASE degree requirements (Foundations, A&H, S&H, N&M, more...).
- CASE Breadth of Inquiry
- CASE A&H (Arts & Humanities)
- CASE S&H (Social & Historical Sciences)
- CASE N&M (Natural & Mathematical Sciences)
- CASE CAPP (Critical Approaches)
- CASE Culture Studies
- CASE DUS (Diversity in the United States)
- CASE GCC (Global Civilizations & Cultures)
- Foundations Courses
- CASE EC (English Composition)
- CASE MM (Mathematical Modeling)
- Courses in the General Education Curriculum.
Use the CASE Course Offerings Tool to find courses scheduled for the current or upcoming semesters that fulfill requirements listed below.