Transfer Students and Campuswide General Education Requirements
All students who transferred into IU South Bend in Fall 2005 or after are required to complete general education courses. Continue Reading
Students who transfer in less than 56 credit hours are required to complete the entire General Education curriculum (some of these requirements may be fulfilled with transfer course work.)
Students who transfer in 56 credits or more are required to complete the following general education courses (some of these requirements may be fulfilled with transfer course work):
- Writing | ENG-W 131
- Oral Communication | SPCH-S121
- Quantitative Reasoning | approved math course or Level 6 on math placement exam
- Computer Literacy | an approved course
- 300-level common core course
- Course on Non-Western CulturesorDiversity in United States Society
Students with Associate of Arts (AA) Transfering to IU South Bend
Students with Associate of Arts degrees from accredited colleges and universities are required to follow the general education rules for students transfering in 56 credits or more. This applies even if the actual number of credits accepted are less than 56. The general education requirements may be fulfilled with transfer coursework.
In addition, the college/school/degree program in which you enrolled may require additional general education requirements. Please be sure to check with your academic advisor about additional general education courses required for your degree program.
Students who are returning to classes but who originally enrolled prior to Fall 2005 should check with their academic program about general education requirements.