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Registering for Classes - Incoming Summer/Fall 2016 Students

1. First-time college students and transfer students with less than 18 credit hours:
You will register for classes at New Student Orientation. Please complete any required placement exams and then reserve for the earliest possible orientation.

2. Transfer students with 18 or more credit hours and all students age 21 or above:
You will make an appointment with an advisor to register for classes and then attend Transfer Student Orientation. Please note that advising and registration takes place PRIOR to Transfer Student Orientation and is not part of the program. See below for advising contact information.

 

Advising Contact information for transfer students with 18 or more credit hours and all students age 21 or above (all others register for classes at New Student Orientation)

ERNESTINE M. RACLIN SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (574) 520-4134
Communication Studies
Music
Music Education
New Media
Theatre and Dance
Visual Arts.

JUDD LEIGHTON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS (574) 520-4450
Accounting
Advertising
Banking
Economics
Finance
General Business
Human Resource Management
Health Care Management
International Business
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Small Business and Entrepreneurship.


SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
(574) 520-4845
Elementary Education
Secondary Education
Special Education.

VERA Z. DWYER COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES (574) 520-4571
Dental Hygiene
Medical Imaging
Nursing
Pre-Allied Health Programs
Radiography.
 
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
(574) 520-4880
Bachelor of Social Work

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES (574) 520-4537 or pdfoltz@iusb.edu
Anthropology
Biologicial Sciences
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Computer and Information Sciences
Criminal Justice
English
Exploratory (Undecided)
History
Mathematical and Actuarial Sciences
Paralegal
Philosophy
Physics and Astronomy
Political Science
Pre-Dentistry (for Dental Hygiene, see College of Health Sciences)
Pre-Engineering
Pre-Law
Pre-Medicine
Pre-Pharmacy
Pre-Physical Therapy
Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Psychology
Sociology
Undecided (Exploratory)
Women's and Gender Studies
World Language Studies