Degrees & Majors

Degree ProgramTypeDivision
BiologyBADivision of Science
BusinessBSDivision of Business
Business administrationMBADivision of Business
Communication studiesBADivision of Liberal Arts
Elementary (K-6) educationBSDivision of Education
EnglishBSDivision of Liberal Arts
General studiesBGSDivision of Liberal Arts
Mechanical engineeringBSDivision of Mechanical Engineering
NursingBSNDivision of Nursing
Mental health counselingMADivision of Science
PsychologyBS or BADivision of Science
SociologyBADivision of Liberal Arts
  • Degree legend
    AbbreviationFull name
    BABachelor of Arts
    BGSBachelor of General Studies
    BSBachelor of Science
    MAMaster of Arts
    MBAMaster of Business Administration
  • Complete these Minors here at IUPUC
    • Anthropology
    • Biology
    • Business
    • Chemistry
    • Criminal Justice
    • Communication Studies
    • Creative Writing
    • Digital and Professional Writing
    • Literature
    • History
    • Leadership Studies
    • Psychology
    • Sociology
    • Women's Studies
    • Medical Sociology
  • Start These Undergraduate Degrees at IUPUC

    You can complete a substantial portion of prerequisite, general education, and/or required courses for the major at IUPUC then transfer to IUPUI or another IU campus to complete the bachelor's degree. Note that the health science majors are only offered at IUPUI.

    • Anthropology
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Clinical Laboratory Science
    • Criminal Justice
    • Cytotechnology
    • Dental Hygiene
    • Engineering
    • Health Information Administration
    • History
    • Nuclear Medicine Technology
    • Radiation Therapy
    • Radiography
    • Respiratory Therapy
    • Secondary Education
    • Tourism, Conventions & Event Management
  • Prepare for Graduate Study at IUPUC

    You can also earn an appropriate bachelor's degree at IUPUC that will prepare you for graduate study at IUPUI, another IU campus, or another university. Before you can apply for admission to graduate programs in these fields (see list below), you nearly always are required to have a bachelor's degree. As long as you complete specific courses as part of your undergraduate studies, your bachelor's degree can generally be in one of several disciplines. Your IUPUC academic advisor will help you explore your options for an appropriate bachelor's degree for graduate study in these pre-professional paths.

    • Business administration (MBA Program)*
    • Dentistry
    • Law
    • Medicine
    • Mental health counseling*
    • Occupational therapy
    • Optometry
    • Pharmacy
    • Physical therapy
    • Physician assistant
    • Veterinary medicine