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Degree Information

All Liberal Arts undergraduate students must complete at least 120 credit hours that count toward their degree with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. General education requirements are the same for all majors in Liberal Arts. In addition, each student must complete the required courses within their major as part of their 120 hours. Information on Liberal Arts degree requirement is available from the IUPUI Bulletin at http://www.iupui.edu/~bulletin/iupui/2014-2016/schools/liberal-arts/index.shtml.

To assist in planning, use the Liberal Arts degree map appropriate for the semester you were admitted to IUPUI: IUPUI School of Liberal Arts Degree Requirements Fall 2013 & beyond. Choose your campus and the School of Liberal Arts, then click search. You can then select your specific major.

Click on the column headings below to sort by that program type, or click here to go back to the full departments and programs list.

Departments and Programs BA/BS Undergraduate Certificate Minor MA/MS Graduate Certificate Ph.D.
Africana StudiesBAUndergraduate CertificateMinor
American Indian ProgramsMinor
American PhilosophyGraduate Certificate
American Sign Language (ASL)BSUndergraduate Certificate
American StudiesMinor
Ancient Greek and LatinMinor
Arabic, Islamic Studies (NELC)Minor
BioethicsGraduate Certificate
Business and Professional WritingMinor
Chinese StudiesUndergraduate CertificateMinor
Classical Studies (CLAS)Minor
Communication StudiesBAMinorMA
Economics of NonprofitsPh.D.
Economics, HealthPh.D.
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
English, Creative WritingBAMinor
English, Film StudiesBAMinor
English, Linguistics (LING)BAMinor
English, LiteratureBAMinor
English, Teaching and WritingGraduate Certificate
European StudiesMinor
French (FREN)BAMinor
French + EngineeringBA/BS
General StudiesBGS
Geographic Information Science (G.I.S.)Undergraduate CertificateMSGraduate Certificate
German (GER)BAMinor
German + EngineeringBA/BS
Global and International Studies (INTL)BAMinor
Health CommunicationPh.D.
History (HIST)BAMinorMAMinor
History, EuropeanBAMinorMA
History, Non U.S. Non-EuropeanBAMinor
History, PublicMA
History, ThematicBA
History, U.S.BAMinorMA
Honors ProgramBA
Human Communication in a Mediated WorldUndergraduate Certificate
Individualized MajorBA
Italian (ITAL)Minor
Japanese Studies (EALC)Minor
JournalismBAUndergraduate Certificate
Journalism, AdvertisingMinor
Journalism, Public RelationsBAUndergraduate CertificateMA
Journalism, Sports JournalismBAMA
Latino StudiesUndergraduate CertificateMinor
Law in Liberal ArtsBA
Legal StudiesMinor
Medical Humanities and Health Studies (MHHS)BAMinorGraduate Certificate
Motorsports StudiesUndergraduate Certificate
Museum Studies (MSTD)Undergraduate CertificateMAGraduate Certificate
Paralegal StudiesUndergraduate Certificate
Philosophy (PHIL)BAMinorMAGraduate CertificateMinor
Philosophy, AmericanMAGraduate Certificate
Philosophy, BioethicsMAGraduate Certificate
Philosophy, International Research EthicsMA
Political Science (POLS)BA
Pre-Law Political ScienceBA
Professional EditingGraduate Certificate
Public HistoryMA
Religious Studies (REL)BAMinor
Sociology (SOC)BAMinorMAMinor
Sociology, Family/Gender StudiesMA
Sociology, MedicalMinorMA
Sociology, Work/OrganizationsMA
Spanish (SPAN)BAMinorMAT
Spanish + EngineeringBA/BS
Survey ResearchGraduate Certificate
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language (TESOL)Graduate Certificate
Theatre and PerformanceUndergraduate Certificate
Translation Studies (WLAC)Undergraduate Certificate
Women's Studies (WOST)MinorMinor
World Languages and Cultures (WLAC)
Writing and LiteracyBA
Departments and Programs BA/BS Undergraduate Certificate Minor MA/MS Graduate Certificate Ph.D.

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