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The Individualized Major Program (IMP) enables students to pursue a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree through a course of study that meets IU Southeast’s Arts and Sciences requirements, conforms to general university standards of breadth and rigor, and is tailored to individual interests and goals. IMP students, working closely with their faculty sponsors, pursue interests that often, but not always, cut across the usual departmental and disciplinary boundaries.

The possible majors that students might pursue under the auspices of the IMP are limited only by the courses available at IU Southeast and the creativity of students and their faculty advisors. Some possible examples of majors include musical theater, arts management, international studies, environmental studies, screenwriting, Latin American culture, multimedia studies, and animal psychology.

Students wishing more information concerning the Individualized Major Program should consult with the School of Arts and Letters, Knobview Hall 110, (812) 941-2343.

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