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University of Indianapolis

Overview

The University of Indianapolis, or UIndy, is a university located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, which is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Established in 1902, the university offers associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, and has more than 5,400 students. It was formerly known as Indiana Central College and Indiana Central University.In the early 20th century William L. Elder, an Indianapolis real estate developer, offered the Church of the United Brethren in Christ eight acres of real estate southeast of downtown Indianapolis to establish a college in exchange for help selling 446 parcels of land around the donated acreage.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Location & Facilities

The main campus is located on the south side of Indianapolis at 1400 East Hanna Avenue, just east of Shelby Street. UIndy also offers degree programs through partnerships in China and Belize.

The most prominent physical feature of the campus was the central parking lot which was framed by a quadrangle of buildings. In 1998 the University of Indianapolis hired Odle McGuire Shook to re-purpose the 5.2 acres into green space and later named the area Smith Mall. The mall is made up of a circular sunken lawn, a recessed long canal, water gardens and the partial arc of an amphitheater. 80 bald cypresses were planted as part of the project.

UIndy has seven residence halls and will also have a brand new, modern apartment complex opening in Fall 2016.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

The University of Indianapolis offers 82 undergraduate majors leading to either a bachelor's degree (four-year program) or an associate degree (two-year program). Students may also enroll in several pre-professional programs, twenty-seven master's degree programs, and five doctoral degrees. The university is organized into the following schools and colleges:

    • School of Education
    • Shaheen College of Arts & Sciences
    • Krannert School of Physical Therapy
    • School for Adult Learning
    • School of Business
    • School of Nursing
    • School of Psychological Sciences
    • School of Occupational Therapy

     

     

     


     

     

     

     

     

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Courses Offered

     

    BACHELORS

    Accounting
    Actuarial Science
    Anthropology
    Anthropology with Occupational Therapy
    Archaeology
    Art
    Art Teaching
    Art Therapy (Pre-Art Therapy)
    Athletic Training (Pre-Athletic Training)
    Biology
    Biology/ Cell and Molecular
    Biology/ Science and Technical Writing
    Business Administration
    Business Teaching
    Chemistry
    Communication
    Community Leadership and Engagement (School for Adult Learning)
    Computer Science
    Creative Writing
    Criminal Justice
    Digital Media Management (School for Adult Learning)
    Digital Media Studies
    Earth-Space Science
    Earth-Space Science Teaching
    Economics
    Education
    Elementary Education
    Emergency & Disaster Management (School for Adult Learning)
    Engineering/ Bio-Medical
    Engineering/ Computer
    Engineering /Electrical
    Engineering/ Industrial & Systems
    Engineering/ Mechanical
    Engineering/ Software
    English
    English–Creative Writing
    English–Literary Studies
    English–Professional Writing
    English Teaching
    Entrepreneurship
    Environmental Science
    Environmental Sustainability
    Exercise Science
    Experience Design
    Finance
    French
    French Teaching
    German
    German Teaching
    Global Leadership
    Graphic Design/ Visual Communication Design
    Health and Physical Education
    Health Care Consumer Advocacy (School for Adult Learning)
    History
    Human Biology
    Human Resources Management
    Information Systems & Applied Business Analytics
    International Business
    International Relations
    Journalism
    Kinesiology
    Liberal Studies (School for Adult Learning) 
    Marketing
    Mathematics
    Mathematics Teaching
    Medical Laboratory Science
    Music
    Music/Business
    Music/ Church Music
    Music Performance
    Music Teaching
    Music/ Theatre
    Music Technology & Recording
    Music/ Jazz Studies
    Nursing
    Occupational Therapy (Pre-Occupational Therapy)
    Operations and Supply Chain Management
    Organizational Leadership (School for Adult Learning)
    Philosophy
    Physical Education Teaching
    Physical Therapy (Pre-Physical Therapy)
    Physics
    Physics Teaching
    Political Science
    Pre-Dentistry Program
    Pre-Law Program
    Pre-Medicine Program
    Psychology
    Psychology with Occupational Therapy
    Public Health Education & Promotion
    Public Health Education & Promotion with Occupational Therapy
    Public Relations
    Radio
    Religion
    Respiratory Therapy
    Social Studies Teaching
    Social Work
    Sociology
    Spanish
    Spanish Teaching
    Sport Management
    Sports Marketing
    Studio Art
    Teaching
    Television
    Theatre
    Theatre Teaching
    Theology (Pre-Theology)
    Visual Communication Design/Graphic Design

    Associate's degrees

    Business Administration
    Chemistry
    Emergency & Disaster Management
    Information Systems
    Life Science

    Physical Therapist Assistant

    Undergraduate certificate programs

    Emergency & Disaster Management

    Master's Degree Programs

     

    Anthropology

    Master of Science in Anthropology

    Art

    Master of Arts in Art

    Athletic Training

    Master of Science in Athletic Training

    Biology

    Master of Science in Human Biology

    Business

    Evening MBA
    Saturday MBA
    Corporate
    Fulltime/ One-Year MBA
    Woodrow Wilson MBA Fellowship in Education Leadership (for teachers interested in administrative roles; prospective fellows must be nominated by their districts)

    Construction Management

    Real Estate Development & Construction Management

    Education

    Educational Leadership (iLEAD)
    Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction (for high school teachers interested in teaching dual credit, AP, or IB courses, or in teaching undergraduate college courses)
    Master of Arts in Teaching(for career changers interested in becoming teachers in secondary schools)
    Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship (for career changers wishing to teach science and math)
    Woodrow Wilson MBA Fellowship in Education Leadership (for teachers interested in administrative roles; prospective fellows must be nominated by their districts)


    English

    Master of Arts in English
    Master of Arts in TESOL

    Gerontology

    Master of Science in Gerontology*

    History

    Master of Arts in History
    Master of Arts in International Relations

    Human Resources

    Human Resource Development & Administration

    Leadership

    Master of Science in Strategic Leadership & Design

    Nursing

    Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner
    Primary Care Adult/Gerontological Nursing Practitioner
    Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
    Nursing Education
    Nursing & Health Systems Leadership
    Primary Care Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

    Occupational Therapy

    Master of Health Science (MHS)
    Entry-level Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)

    Physical Therapy

    Master of Health Science (MHS)

    Psychology

    Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling
    Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling and Addictions
    Master of Arts in Psychology 

    Public Health

    Master of Public Health

    Real Estate Development

    Real Estate Development & Construction Management

    Social Work

    Master of Social Work (MSW)

    Sociology

    Master of Arts in Applied Sociology

    Sport Management

    Master of Science in Sport Management
    *Indicates an online program

    Doctoral Programs

     

    Health Sciences
    Nursing
    Occupational Therapy
    Physical Therapy
    Psychology

    Graduate Certificate Programs

     

    Business
    Education
    English
    Gerontology
    History
    Health care advocacy
    Nursing


     

     

     

     

     

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Scholarships

    University of Indianapolis academic scholarships and grants are awarded to full-time students regardless of financial need. With the exception of the Legacy Award, the highest award will take precedence over lesser awards. Depending on the amount awarded, some departmental and special interest awards may be added to the merit scholarships.


    All first-year students that apply for admissions will be considered for one of the following merit scholarships. No additional application is required unless noted.


    Presidential Scholarships Up to full tuition annually
    Distinguished Dean's Scholarships $14,500-$16,500 annually
    Richard G. Lugar Academic Recognition Award $11,000-$13,500 annually
    Community Service Leadership Award

    Departmental scholarships

    Community Service Leadership Award $13,000 annually
    Art Scholarships $1,000-$2,000 annually (stackable)
    School of Business Scholarships $1,000 annually (stackable)
    Bohn Chemistry Scholarships  Up to half tuition scholarships (stackable)
    School of Education Scholarships $100-$7,000
    Engineering Scholarships $15,000 annually (not stackable with merit scholarships)
    Speech Team Scholarships $500–$5,000 annually (stackable)
    Music Scholarships $2,000–$10,000 annually (stackable)
    LeAlice Briggs Nursing Scholarships Up to $1,500 per academic year (stackable)
    United Methodist Youth Leaders Scholarship $2,000 annually (stackable)
    United Methodist Grant $500 annually (stackable)

    Matching, Legacy and Alumni Scholarships Programs

    Alumni Scholarship $13,000 annually
    Full-Tuition 21st Century Discovery Award
    University of Indianapolis Freedom Award Up to full tuition annually Legacy Award $1,500 annually (stackable)
    Full Tuition Ivy Tech Community College 21st Century Achievement
    Transfer Academic Award  $8,000–$11,500
    Phi Theta Kappa Academic Honors $500

    Ivy Tech Community College Graduate  $1,500

    We also offer substantial financial aid assistance to our transfer students. The following awards and scholarships are available and can be renewed for up to two years.



     

     

     

     

     

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


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