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Undergrad Profile


The University of Indianapolis is quickly distinguishing itself as one of the nation’s top-quality universities. Major campus improvements, innovative academic initiatives, and a top-tier ranking in U.S. News & World Report have created record enrollments and a powerful combination of features that benefit students in ways you never imagined.

Why wait to do what you love?
Our goal at the University of Indianapolis is to inspire excellence—in the classroom, in the community, on the playing field, and beyond. At the heart of our education are inspiring faculty who know you personally. They help you discover and develop your life’s passion by connecting you to opportunities to practice what you love—before you graduate.

Expect a life-changing curriculum
We offer a top-notch education that combines a liberal arts and career-oriented curriculum that our graduates call life-changing. Special facilities such as our new Health Pavilion allow students to enhance classroom learning with real-life clinical experiences and simulations. Krannert Memorial Library was recently renovated. The transformed library features The Writing Lab, a café, an outdoor plaza, and a 24-hour study lab. You can choose from more than 100 undergraduate academic programs. We also offer 32 master’s programs and five doctoral programs.

Our location in Indianapolis, the Midwest’s second-largest city, provides an awesome advantage in finding internships and service learning opportunities. And if you desire additional real-world experiences before you graduate, you might consider one of our study abroad opportunities. During our unique three-week spring term, you can be a part of faculty-led international trips to different destinations each year: recent trips have included Germany, Japan, and Ecuador. You can also study for a semester at universities around the world with which we maintain relationships, including Oxford University’s Harris Manchester College.

Blossom in and out of the classroom
You’ll have lots of options here to make your life richer. You might join the departmental club within your major or a group that is completely unrelated. We make sure you have opportunities to get involved in all kinds of extracurricular experiences: clubs, service groups, faith-based activities, the arts, athletics—you name it.

When it comes to your professional preparation, we make sure you have time—before you graduate—to start practicing what you learn outside the classroom. Many majors offer practical experience, which gives you an edge in the job market. Our Indianapolis location offers valuable internship and applied learning experiences at organizations such as Rolls-Royce, the NCAA, the Indiana Pacers, renowned medical centers, major media outlets and radio stations, the Indianapolis Colts, Eli Lilly and Company, and the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.

Is this the place for you?

Do you want to learn in small classes taught by professors who know you? To contribute to a club, a team, or the community? To meet people from close to home and from every corner of the globe? To be close enough to a city where you can practice what
you’ve learned in the classroom and make potential job contacts? If you’re looking for these things and more, the University of Indianapolis may be for you.

We look forward to telling you more.

 


 

AT A GLANCE

100+ Undergraduate Programs
32 Master’s Programs
5 Doctoral Programs
80+ Study Abroad Opportunities
93% of Grads Employed or in Graduate School One Year After Graduation
12:1 Student-Faculty Ratio
17 Students on Average per Class
96% of Freshmen Receiving Some Form of Financial Aid
Ranked in the
Top Tier of Midwest Universities by U.S. News & World Report 

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Undergraduate Programs
• Accounting/CPA
• Accounting/Non-CPA
• Actuarial Science
• Anthropology
• Applied Psychology
• Archaeology
• Art
• Biology
- Molecular
- Science & Technical Writing
• Biomedical Engineering*
• Business Administration & Management
• Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Chemical Physics
- Environmental Chemistry
- Industrial Chemistry

• Communication
- Electronic Media
- Human Communication
- Journalism
- Public Relations
- Sports Information

• Computer Engineering*
• Computer Science
• Criminal Justice
- Corrections
- Cyber Security
- Law Enforcement
- Loss Prevention

• Digital Media Studies
• Earth-Space Science
• Education
All-Grade Teaching with majors in:
- Health & Physical Education
- Music
- Visual Arts

• Education, Elementary
• Education, Secondary
With majors in:
- Earth-Space Science
- English
- Mathematics
- Physics
- Social Studies
- Spanish
- Theatre

• Electrical Engineering*
• English
- Creative Writing
- Literary Studies
- Professional Writing

• Entrepreneurship
• Environmental Science
• Environmental Sustainability
• Exercise Science
• Experience Design
• Finance
• Franco-Germanic Studies
• History
- European History
- Non-Western History
- United States History

• Human Biology
• Industrial & Systems Engineering
• Information Systems & Applied Business Analytics
• International Relations
• Latin American Studies
• Liberal Arts Associate Degree
• Marketing
• Mathematics
• Mechanical Engineering
• Medical Laboratory Science
• Music
- Jazz Studies
- Music Business
- Organ & Church
- Technology & Recording
- Theory/Composition

• Music Performance
• Nursing
• Operations & Supply Chain Management
• Philosophy
• Physical Therapist Assistant
• Physics
- Laboratory Instrumentation
- Scientific Computing

• Political Science
• Pre-art Therapy
• Pre-art Therapy Studio Art
• Pre-athletic Training
• Pre-dental
• Pre-law
• Pre-medical
• Pre-medical Illustration
• Pre-occupational Therapy
• Pre-pharmacy
• Pre-physical Therapy
• Pre-veterinary
• Psychology
- Clinical & Counseling Studies
• Public Health Education & Promotion
- Applied Public Health
- Healthcare Consumer Advocacy
- Worksite Health Promotion

• Religion
- Ancient Greek
- Christian Formation
- Ethics
- Pre-theology

• Respiratory Therapy
• Social Work
• Sociology
• Spanish
• Software Engineering
• Sport Management
• Sports Marketing
• Studio Art
• Theatre
- Music/Theatre
• Undecided/Academic Exploration
• Visual Communication Design

* Denotes programs that must be partially completed at another institution

Master’s Programs
• Anthropology
• Applied Sociology
• Art
• Athletic Training
• Business Administration
• Clinical Psychology
• Curriculum & Instruction
• Educational Leadership
• English
• Family Nurse Practitioner
• Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
• Gerontology
• Health Science
• History
• Human Biology
• Human Resource Development &
Administrations
• International Relations
• Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
• Nursing & Health Systems Leadership
• Nursing Education
• Occupational Therapy
• Public Health
• Psychology
• Real Estate Development &
Construction Management
• Social Work
• Sport Management
• Strategic Leadership & Design
• Teaching—Second Degree
• Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
• Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

Doctoral Programs
• Clinical Psychology
• Health Science
• Nursing Practice
• Occupational Therapy
• Physical Therapy 


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