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What is a bulletin?

The Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Bulletin is a resource that provides students with the information they need to make the most of their undergraduate Business education and to graduate from the School in a timely manner. It is the official source of information regarding Kelley School of Business degree requirements, policies and procedures, and programs of study. Students pursuing degrees, minors, or certificates in other schools on the Bloomington campus should consult the IU Bloomington Bulletins website to find the appropriate bulletin that covers their degree program. 

Where to find degree information

Requirements for a B.S. in Business, all Business major requirements, and Business minor/certificate requirements can be found in the Degree Requirements section of the bulletin.  While students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the appropriate bulletin (see below), they should also track their degree progress on their Academic Advisement Report and can consult iGPS degree maps to see sample plans for completing the various Kelley majors.

Which bulletin year should you use?

Students follow the requirements included in the bulletin published in the year they first enrolled (matriculated) as a degree-seeking student at Indiana University Bloomington. For instance, a new first-year or transfer student beginning at IUB in the summer or fall of 2022 will be held to the requirements laid out in the 2022-2023 Bulletin of the Kelley School of Business. For questions regarding which bulletin to use, please consult the Kelley Academic Advising Office, (812) 855-2614 or busadv@indiana.edu. The requirements outlined in the bulletin are in effect at the time of matriculation and will remain constant throughout your time in the School, assuming you graduate within seven years.

Student Responsibility

Students are responsible for planning their own programs of study and for meeting the degree requirements for graduation. For advice in fulfilling these requirements and in planning a course of study, students admitted to the Kelley School of Business are encouraged to regularly seek out academic advising from Kelley academic advisors. Although academic advisors will do their best to aid students, it is ultimately each student’s responsibility to plan an appropriate academic course of study and to fulfill the various degree requirements. Familiarizing themselves with the contents of this Bulletin is a crucial first step that students can and should take to ensure they know what academic options are available to them and what requirements are expected of all students in the Kelley School of Business.