The Division of Science at IUPUC offers courses in biology, chemistry, geology, computer science, mathematics, physics, and psychology to meet the degree requirements of students in a variety of majors.
I came to IUPUC two years ago and the last two years have been the most challenging, stretching, and wonderful - all important parts of growth. Early twenties are delicate years anyway and I feel like my experiences at IUPUC have maximized my potential for personal and professional development, critical thinking, and decision-making.Emily Edwards, B.S. in Psychology
Earn a Purdue biology degree
A Purdue University Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Biology degree will give you knowledge and understanding of living organisms through observation of their structure, function, growth, reproduction, evolution, and behavior in relationship to their natural environment.
Earn an IU psychology degree
You can earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology at IUPUC. As a psychology student, you will seek to answer a range of behaviors in children, teens, and adults by exploring social challenges that motivate and make humans unique.
Earn an IU master's degree in mental health counseling
The MA in mental health counseling will provide you with generalist training emphasizing developmental, preventative, and strength-based approaches. As a graduate, you may seek work in community or social service agencies, like mental health clinics, substance abuse treatment centers, domestic violence shelters, women’s centers, or rehabilitation programs for those who are incarcerated.
Start these degrees at IUPUC
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 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:
- Computer and information science
- Environmental science
- Forensic sciences