Expand Your Learning

student researchIn addition to traditional academic offerings, the School of Science and IUPUI provide programs designed to help students access cross-functional areas of study, supplement and enrich regular degree programs or gain international experience.

Pre-Health Professions Programs: Science and technology degrees are a great fit for many pre-health and professional programs including pre-med, pre-dentistry and pre-law.

RISE: The RISE to the IUPUI Challenge initiative builds on IUPUI’s tradition of and commitment to experiential learning, enhancing traditional learning models with real-world experience.

Service Learning: At IUPUI, students, faculty, and staff participate in educational service activities that mutually benefit the campus and community.

Study Abroad: IUPUI has over 45 different study abroad programs and you can also participate in programs through other IU campuses and receive direct IU credit.

Honors College: The Honors College provides students with exceptional educational opportunities designed to supplement and enrich students' regular degree programs.

Interdisciplinary: The Interdisciplinary Studies program allows students to combine the science program of their choice with the liberal arts, journalism, or other sciences.

Peer-Learning & Advising Programs: Interactive learning and student engagement provide a unique environment where students become leaders by teaching others. When students work together to solve problems, they reinterpret ideas and concepts in alternative and unanticipated ways. This process improves learning for students at all levels. Learn more: Biology Structured Learning Assistance | Chemistry Peer Led Team Learning | Psychology Peer Advising

Bridges to Baccalaureate Program: The Bridges to the Baccalaureate program is collaboration between IUPUI and Ivy Tech Community College of Central Indiana.  Its goal is to provide underrepresented minority Ivy Tech students with the resources to successfully complete an associate’s degree and seamlessly transfer to a bachelor’s degree program in a biomedical or life science area.