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Indiana University Bloomington

Undergraduate Program

Academic Bulletin Updates

2000-2002 Updates

Minor in Business Update

Minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Updates

Course: G100 Business in the Information Age

Beginning in Fall 2001, students may substitute G100 Business in the Information Age for X100 as an Option I admission course. Both G100 and X100 may not be used for admission purposes, but G100 can replace X100 as one of the three Option I admission courses. Both G100 and X100 are elective courses, not required courses.

Field Specialization Option

International Studies is now Global Studies & Languages.

Not-for-Profit is now Arts & Social Service.

Finance Track, Major Requirements, Elective Hours

BUS A327, A329 or A420 and three courses from F307, F335, F402, F420, F421, F446, F470, F494, and G345. One of the electives must be at the 400 level.

Transfers from Other Colleges and Universities

Students appealing for transfer credit for upper-division courses must submit an Appeal Petition to the Undergraduate Program Office-with syllabi, course text information, and contact hours attached-within 30 days of the beginning of their first semester on campus. These credits for upper-division courses if accepted as transfer credit will only be accepted as undistributed credit that counts toward electives.

The total number of credits accepted for transfer from a four-year institution is limited to a maximum of 90 credit hours. Course grades from other institutions are not transferred; only credit hours earned in a course are recorded. Business courses at the 300 and 400 level taken elsewhere, after a student has enrolled at IUB, will not be accepted.