IU is developing new online academic programs to serve the students in Indiana and beyond. These high quality programs protect and advance the integrity of the IU degree while, at the same time, providing flexibility and convenience for students and opportunities for innovation for faculty. New online academic programs are designed to attract new students to IU—students we may not be able to serve otherwise.
IU Online Class Connect
IU Online Class Connect (IUOCC) is a process that allows a student enrolled at one IU campus to register for an online class offered at another IU campus without having to go through intercampus transfer.
Collaboration is a key feature of IU’s model for developing new online degrees. Faculty members from participating campuses work together to create a shared curriculum, leveraging IU’s considerable scale, resources, and faculty expertise. In this way, IU avoids internal competition and unnecessary duplication of online degrees, and provides clear choices to potential students. Students in a collaborative degree always have a home campus of enrollment, but they are able to take courses offered by any participating campus.
IU, through the Office of Online Education and the Office of Collaborative Academic Programs, provides facilitation and support for the development and maintenance of collaborative degrees.