What is the Catalog?
The Ivy Tech Community College catalog is a student’s official record of programs and courses. The catalog is updated annually by the curriculum committee, each fall semester the new catalog goes into effect. Although this catalog was prepared using the best information available at the time, all information is subject to change without notice or obligation. The college claims no responsibility for errors that may have occurred during the production of this catalog.
The information listed in this catalog is intended as a record of Ivy Tech Community College’s degree requirements and course descriptions. Not all courses or programs are offered at every campus or every semester, and faculty teaching particular courses or programs may vary from time to time. The content of a course or program may be altered to meet particular class needs as long as all learning objectives and competencies are met.
The catalog is designed to make planning and scheduling a degree program as simple as possible. Additional help is available from academic advisors and students are encouraged to meet regularly with their advisors to ensure they are on track to graduation. Faculty and academic advisors provide academic advisement; however, each student at Ivy Tech Community College is ultimately responsible for understanding and fulfilling all degree requirements. It is important that students follow the catalog they have declared in the student information system and is reflected in the Degree Completion Tracker.
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