Applications for degree- and non-degree-seeking students will be accepted until Friday, Aug. 21
Indiana University Northwest today announced that the campus is still accepting applications for the Fall 2015 semester. Applications for both degree- and non-degree-seeking students will continue to be accepted until Friday, Aug. 21, 2015.
IU Northwest offers more than 70 academic degrees and certificates through its several academic divisions, including Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Health and Human Services, and Education. Among its most popular majors are Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Nursing, Biology and Elementary Education. Some of the campus’s most noteworthy academic credentials include:
- An AACSB-accredited School of Business and Economics with new concentrations in marketing, human resources management and business economics now available to undergraduate business majors.
- A health care education curriculum that is strengthened by a strong relationship between the IU Northwest College of Health and Human Services and the IU School of Medicine-Northwest, which cultivates an innovative, cross-disciplinary curriculum and experiential learning opportunities.
- A faculty of leading experts in their fields, with 81 percent of full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty having achieved the highest degree attainable in their respective disciplines.
Committed to its responsibility for making high-quality IU degree programs accessible to students who desire a degree from Indiana University, IU Northwest works to provide the full range of financial, academic and technology support services to meet students’ needs.
For more information about IU Northwest, go to www.iun.edu/admissions to apply.