Course Titles and Descriptions
Posted: Fri, 10/07/2011 - 10:36am Updated: Mon, 03/25/2013 - 10:36am
Course descriptions provide brief statements of the content of of kindergarten, elementary, middle level and high school curricular areas. These descriptions will assist schools in communicating, in a broad context, the content standards of courses. The descriptions also serve as category descriptions for the state textbook adoption process. Code numbers listed before each course description should be used when reporting courses on Indiana Department of Education documents.
* The table below reflects the 2013-14 Course Titles and Descriptions for High School, Middle School and Elementary Courses. 2012-2013 State Approved Course Titles and Descriptions can be located in the Archived section at the bottom of this page.
|Indiana Elementary School Course Descriptions 2013-14||12/06/2012||770 KB||153 KB|
|Summary of Indiana Elementary School Course Descriptions 2013-14||12/06/2012||206 KB||45 KB|
|Indiana Middle School Course Descriptions 2013-14||12/06/2011||453 KB||92 KB|
|Summary of Indiana Middle School Course Descriptions 2013-14||12/06/2011||174 KBf||31 KB|
|Indiana High School Course Titles and Descriptions 2013-14||03/22/2013||2.4 MB||1.4 MB|
|Summary of Indiana High School Course Titles and Descriptions 2013-14||01/17/2013||651 KB||62 KB|
|Course Updates for 2013-14 School Year||11/21/2012||385 KB||105 KB|
|Cover & General Introduction||01/04/2013||425 KB||76 KB|
|Advanced Courses for College Credit||10/31/2012||458 KB||48 KB|
|Advanced Placement||01/04/2013||547 KB||227 KB|
|Agriculture Education||03/22/2013||413 KB||185 KB|
|Business, Marketing, and Information Technology Education||01/04/2013||547 KB||214 KB|
|Career and Technical Education||10/31/2012||446 KB||148 KB|
|Cooperative Education||01/04/2013||477 KB||164 KB|
|Engineering and Technology Education||03/22/2013||512 KB||190 KB|
|English/Language Arts||01/04/2013||642 KB||129 KB|
|Family and Consumer Sciences||01/17/2013||540 KB||127 KB|
|Fine Arts||01/04/2013||682 KB||289 KB|
|Health and Physical Education||01/04/2013||542 KB||164 KB|
|Health Science Education||10/31/2012||418 KB||179 KB|
|International Baccalaureate||10/31/2012||562 KB||232 KB|
|Mathematics||10/31/2012||564 KB||176 KB|
|Multidisciplinary||10/31/2012||408 KB||176 KB|
|Science||03/22/2013||522 KB||110 KB|
|Social Studies||03/22/2013||567 KB||171 KB|
|Trade and Industrial Education||01/04/2013||587 KB||146 KB|
|World Language||10/31/2012||824 KB||397 KB|
Quantitative Reasoning Courses
In November 2011, the State Board of Education approved the inclusion of a "Quantitative Reasoning" requirement to all diploma types, among other changes. A quantitative reasoning course is a high school course that advances a student's ability to apply mathematics in real-world situations and contexts and deepens a student's understanding of high school mathematics standards.
- View a list of the approved Quantitative Reasoning courses.
Nonstandard Course Waiver
The list of courses above have been approved for general use by the State Board of Education. In addition, schools can submit a nonstandard course waiver to offer courses that are not found in the documentation above. Schools must have an approved nonstandard course waiver prior to offering a course or awarding credit for a course that is not in the state approved course titles and descriptions document.
To apply for a nonstandard course waiver, please complete the waiver document below and submit with any supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.