The IMP admission and advising process includes identification of an IMP advisor, an admissions interview with the Arts and Letters Coordinating Committee, curriculum planning with semester-by-semester review, a degree culmination project, a senior review dossier, and a senior review interview with the Arts and Letters Coordinating Committee.
Students generally apply for admission to the program as sophomores or juniors. Students should have taken at least 15 credit hours before proposing an IMP, and students should have taken fewer than half of the major courses of the proposed IMP before proposing it. A copy of the IMP Admission and Advising/Counseling Procedures can be obtained at the offices of the School of Arts and Letters, Knobview Hall 110, (812) 941-2343.
For more information specific to you and your situation, please schedule a visit with an advisor today. Students are encouraged to work with an academic advisor to find your ideal pathway to complete your degree on time.
If you have difficulty scheduling an appointment through Student Appointment Scheduler (S.A.S.), please call the main Arts and Letters office at (812) 941- for assistance.