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As a science student, you can customize your academic experience by getting involved in club or intramural athletics, serving in student government, or joining a growing number of campus organizations and clubs.

  • The average faculty-to-student ratio is 16:1, so you will receive one-on-one attention from faculty and instructors who know you by name.
  • Our science faculty are experts in their fields—from biochemistry and molecular biology to chemistry, physics, psychology, environmental science, mathematics, plant and insect biology, and more.
  • Apply for research grants through our Office of Student Research or participate in our Honors Program for an even more in-depth academic experience.
  • After graduation, you will be prepared for a great career or graduate study in medicine, the life sciences, mental health counseling, and other subjects.
  
Why start at IUPUC and finish on another campus?
There are more benefits to beginning your studies at IUPUC than you might think!
  • Take out fewer student loans by living at home as long as possible—save money on rent or room and board.
  • Keep your current job while taking classes full-time or part-time at IUPUC.
  • Preserve more of your valuable time and money that would otherwise be spent commuting to Bloomington, Indianapolis, or another campus.
  • IUPUC is friendly, welcoming campus that’s close to your family and friends.
Get one-on-one attention from faculty and staff who want to help you succeed!
  

Division of Science

Science helps us understand ourselves and the world around us. In general, it enables us to collect and analyze a variety of information in order to better explain human behavior and predict how the universe functions.

The natural sciences include fields like biology, chemistry, and geology, among many others. Social sciences, on the other hand, focus on the systemic study of humans, including individual and group behavior.

No matter what your academic interests, science courses will help you evaluate complex issues, understand the world around you, and make informed decisions. These important skills will provide you with untold benefits for a variety of career paths and in your everyday life.

The Division of Science at IUPUC offers courses in astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, computer science, mathematics, physics, and psychology to meet the degree requirements of students in a variety of majors, including mechanical engineering.

Science Degrees, Minors, and Certificates

You can earn these undergraduate and graduate science degrees at IUPUC:

In addition, you can earn these minors and certificates at IUPUC:

Start These Science Degrees in Columbus

If IUPUC doesn’t offer the science degree that interests you, talk to us about how you can begin your studies in Columbus then transfer to Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).

In most cases, you can complete a number of courses that will meet requirements for undergraduate degrees, minors, and/or programs through the School of Science at IUPUI, including:

Learn More About our Faculty, Staff, and Students

The Division of Science is very proud of our faculty, staff and students. Download the division's 2014 newsletter  and learn more about our recent activities.