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Due to our unique campus of blending Purdue and Indiana Universities, you may be a student completing requirements in two colleges. You may have two advisors to complete your program. Information on advisors is available on the tabs above.

Below are the teaching majors you can select from at IPFW. The Bingo sheets (aka curriculum sheets) are the most current requirements for incoming students. “Bingo Sheet” is IPFW’s term for the document which outlines the sequence of classes required for a particular degree. Students are encouraged to download and use the bingo sheet as a means of keeping track of completed courses and to schedule classes. However, students should meet with their advisor at least once per semester for academic advising, as well as to secure permission to enter classes that require departmental permission. For assistance with or questions about bingo sheets please contact your advisor. For a full explanation of classes needed for the major/minor/certificate of choice please check the IPFW Bulletins located at www.ipfw.edu/academics/bulletins


Special Education - Mild Intervention minor may be added to any major below
English as a New Language certificate may be added to any major below

Fine Arts

Major

Language Arts

Major

Math

Major

Middle School Only

Major

Science

Major

Social Studies

Major

World Languages

Major

Art (K-12) Choose 1 concentration from the following:

Communication

Language

Literature

Writing

English as a New Language (TNL)

Math Choose 2 concentrations (1 Primary & 1  Supporting) from the following:

Language Arts

Math

Science

Social Studies

Biology (Life Science)

Historical Perspectives will be your PRIMARY concentration. 

 
Choose 2 supporting concentrations from the following:

Economics

Government

Psychology

Sociology

French

Music (K-12) 

Choral

Instrumental

Chemistry German
  Earth Space Science                          Spanish
                      Physics

Photo of a secondary education student tutoring an eighth grade student in the IPFW New Immigrant program.IPFW secondary education student tutoring an eighth grade student in the IPFW New Immigrant Literacy program.