The Individualized Major Program (IMP) at Indiana University, Bloomington, enables undergraduate students to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in the College of Arts and Sciences through a course of study that is tailored to individual interests and goals. All majors in the IMP require faculty sponsorship and approval by the Individualized Major Program Faculty Committee. Human Sexuality is one of the individualized majors that students may pursue.
Faculty sponsors directing the work of students interested in human sexuality have come from Psychology (Peter Finn), Sociology (Martin Weinberg), the History and Philosophy of Science (Noretta Koertge), and School of Public Health Bloomington(William Yarber).
Some of the courses that have counted toward the individualized major in human sexuality include:
The IMP is not an honors program and has no special GPA requirements beyond those of the College of Arts and Sciences. Students should be highly motivated and capable of working on their own.
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