Philanthropic Studies | FALL 2019

College-wide curricula of record

The Associate of Arts (AA) in Liberal Arts curriculum at Ivy Tech is valid in the following locations: 

Bloomington - Columbus - Evansville - Fort Wayne - Franklin - Greencastle - Indianapolis - Kokomo - Lafayette - Lake County - Lawrenceburg - Logansport - Madison - Marion - Michigan City - Muncie - Noblesville - Richmond - Sellersburg - South Bend/Elkhart - Terre Haute - Valparaiso - Wabash

Ivy Tech curriculum details

  • The following suggested sequence includes all course requirements for this degree. You must consult with an academic advisor to determine which Transfer Cluster Electives should be chosen to receive the most credit at the receiving college or university.
  • IUPUI’s Philanthropic Studies requires MATH 135 (Finite Math).
  • Analytical Reasoning Elective for IUPUI’s Philanthropic Studies baccalaureate requirements – please choose ONE course from the following options:
    • BUSN 230 – Business Statistics – 3 credits; CSCI 210 – Database Systems – 3 credits; DBMS 210 – Database Design and Development – 3 credits; ENGR 197 – Introduction to Programming Concepts – 3 credits; INFM 109 – Informatics Fundamentals – 3 credits; MATH 123 – Quantitative Reasoning or higher; SDEV 120 – Computing Logic – 3 credits; SDEV 140 – Introduction to Software Development – 3 credit.
  • Transfer Cluster Elective for IUPUI’s Philanthropic Studies baccalaureate requirements - please choose TWO courses from the following options:
    • BOAT 221 – Organizational Leadership – 3 credits; BUSN 101 – Introduction to Business – 3 credits; BUSN 108 – Personal Finance – 3 credits; COMM 102 – Introduction to Interpersonal Communication – 3 credits; COMM 201 – Introduction to Mass Communication – 3 credits; CRIM 101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems – 3 credits; ECON 101 – Economics Fundamentals – 3 credits; ECON 201 – Principles of Macroeconomics – 3 credits; ECON 202 – Principles of Microeconomics – 3 credits; EDUC 250 – Educational Psychology – 3 credits; ENGL 249 – Linguistics – 3 credits; HLHS 111 – Health and Wellness for Life – 3 credits; HSPS 111 – Principles of Emergency Management – 3 credits; HUMS 207 – Program Planning and Policy Issues – 3 credits; INFM 209 – Informatics and Human-Computer Interaction – 3 credits; POLS 101 – Introduction to American Government and Politics – 3 credits; POLS 201 – Introduction to Political Science – 3 credits; POLS 211 – Introduction to World Politics – 3 credits; PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology – 3 credits; PSYC 240 – Human Sexuality – 3 credits; SOCI 111 – Introduction to Sociology – 3 credits.

Symbol Key

^ = Capstone Course

= Required for Transfer General Education Core (TGEC) Certificate requirements for this degree require a minimum of 30 credits.