Are you looking for details about a course of study? Wondering if you’ve met your degree requirements? Curious about courses?
Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington academic bulletins, published online only, contain academic program and course information. You can learn about programs and degree requirements, learning resources, admission requirements and procedures, academic and nonacademic policies, fees, and faculty.
Because the Bulletin describes academic program requirements in place at a particular time, you should familiarize yourself with the bulletin that was in effect when you matriculated into Indiana University Bloomington as a degree-seeking student.
The requirements outlined in the Bulletin in effect at the time of your matriculation will remain constant throughout your time at the School of Public Health-Bloomington, assuming you graduate within eight years. Alternatively, students may choose to complete academic program requirements in any Bulletin published after the one in place at the time of matriculation. This allows students who change schools or majors to choose the most up-to-date set of degree requirements in their School of Public Health-Bloomington field of study.
Becoming familiar with the Bulletin is perhaps the best thing you can do to make the most of a School of Public Health-Bloomington education. You are strongly encouraged to think of the Bulletin not as a one-time resource but, rather, as a document to visit repeatedly over a several-year period. Reading the Bulletin will save you time by letting you know in advance just what is expected of you.
The following is a list of recent effective-dated Academic Bulletins:
School of Public Health-Bloomington
School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
Normal College of the American Gymnastics Union