GNST-G 481 Professional Internship
Professional internships allow students to explore a potential career field, develop skills and make practical applications of classroom theory. GNST-G 481 provides an opportunity to improve marketability while earning credit toward the B.G.S. The completed internship contract must be submitted to the instructor prior to receiving authorization to enroll in GNST-G 481.
World Language Studies placement exams
Credit certificate in Paralegal Studies through the Department of Political Science
Credits earned previously at any Indiana University campus should apply toward a General Studies degree. We can apply a maximum of 90 credits toward the Bachelor of General Studies. We can apply courses in which you earned grades of D+, D, or D- as elective credit only; we cannot use them to satisfy your course distribution or fundamental skills requirements.
Credits earned at other regionally accredited colleges and universities should apply toward a General Studies degree. We may apply a maximum of 90 hours toward the B.G.S. A maximum of 60 credits may transfer from community or junior colleges. Your transfer credits will be evaluated by the IU South Bend Office of Admissions.
You can earn credit by passing the following examinations. Credits earned through these exams are treated as transfer credit. No more than 15 credits toward the A.A.G.S. and no more than 30 credits toward the B.G.S. may be awarded for successful completion of external exams.
Indiana University follows the American Council on Education's Guide to Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services in granting credit on the basis of education gained through military service, schools, and experience. To receive credit for your military service background, you must submit copies of your official release from military service (DD214) to the IU South Bend Office of Admissions.
We consider the recommendations of the following two publications when awarding credit for noncollegiate or company-sponsored programs/courses: American Council on Education: The National Guide to Education Credit for Training Programs and The National College Credit Recommendation Service. Contact your General Studies advisor to see if your training programs are included. To apply for credit for noncollegiate educational programs you have successfully completed, ask the awarding organization to send official records of program/course completion.