Courses at Indiana University are maintained in the University Course Catalog, sometimes referred to as the Master Course Inventory. The University Course Catalog is shared across all campuses of the university. In many cases, courses themselves are shared between the campuses. For these reasons, all new course proposals and course change proposals are subject to multiple layers of scrutiny, including a 30-day remonstrance period.
Courses cannot be proposed for CASE or General Education credit until they have survived remonstrance and been fully approved. Units, however, are encouraged to review the learning outcomes for the types of credit they intend to seek during the course design process.