At IUPUC, you can earn—or get started toward earning—undergraduate and graduate degrees from two globally recognized Big Ten schools: Indiana University and Purdue University.
Learn more about our degrees by exploring the information on this page. If the degree in which you are interested can't be completed in its entirety on our campus, you can take prerequisite, general education, and some required courses and then transfer to Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), another IU campus, or another college or university of your choosing. In these cases, you will work closely with a knowledgeable advisor who will help you develop an appropriate plan of study and ensure a smooth transition. And, by taking classes as long as possible in Columbus, you will save the time and expense involved in moving or commuting, keeping your college costs and student debt low.
At IUPUC, we deliver educational solutions that are aligned with regional needs. Learn more about our degree programs and get started on what matters—earning a prestigious Indiana or Purdue degree. Because when you have big dreams, your degree matters.
Students completing these programs at IUPUC earn Indiana University (IU) degrees with the exception of mechanical engineering, which is a Purdue University (PU) degree.
Note that you can add a concentration area to some areas of study. You can earn a bachelor's degree in business with a concentration in accounting, for example, or a bachelor's degree in elementary education with a concentration in special education.
You may also earn a degree in one major area of study and minor in another area. In this case, you might choose to earn a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering or nursing with a minor in business, for example.
* All courses for these degrees can be completed in Columbus but the degree is conferred by IUPUI.
Students completing these programs at IUPUC earn Indiana University (IU) master's degrees.
You can complete a substantial portion of your studies at IUPUC before transferring to IUPUI to complete your bachelor's degree.
You can complete most of the prerequisite courses for these majors at IUPUC and then transfer to IUPUI, where the degree program is offered in its entirety. The credits you complete at IUPUC will transfer to IUPUI and other institutions. Click on the links below to get more information about these programs at IUPUI.
Careers in these fields require academic preparation that includes graduate school. Before you can be admitted to graduate programs in these fields, you nearly always are required to have a bachelor's degree. These bachelor's degrees may be in a variety of disciplines, providing specific courses are completed. Your IUPUC academic advisor can help you explore your options for an appropriate undergraduate degree to prepare you for graduate study in these fields. Explore these links for information about prerequisite courses, planning, admissions, and schools that offer these graduate programs at IUPUI and/or other universities.