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Ancilla College

Donaldson

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 532 Men: 32.3% Women: 67.7% Minorities: 37 International: 1 Students from out of state: 1%

Costs In state tuition: $8,900 Oat-of-state tuition: $8,900 In-state per-credit charge: $220 0ut-of-state par-credit charge: $220 Other fees: $200

Admission Requirements Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Contact Information Ancilla College Donaldson (574)936-8898 Admissions phone: (574)936-8898 Admissions fax: (574)935-1773 Web site: www.ancilla.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: A

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences CIS - Networking: C, A CIS - Programming: C, A CIS - Software: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: A Elementary Education: A

Engineering CIS - Network Operating Systems: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Pre - Allied Health: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Humanities: A Liberal Studies: A

Mathematics Mathematics: A

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Gerontology: C

Physical Sciences Chemistry: A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A

Social Sciences and History History & Social Sciences: A

Visual and Performing Arts Church Organist: C Fine Arts: A

Anderson University

Anderson Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctorate, First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,988 Men: 40.9% Women: 59.1% Minorities: 120 International: 25 Students from out of state: 35%

Costs In-state tuition: $17,990 Out-of-state tuition: $17,990 In-state per-credit charge: $673 Out-of-state per-credit charge; $673

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 7/1 Application fee: $20

Other Admission Information Applications received: 2,083 Applications accepted: 1,502

Degrees Legend: C=Certificate A=Associate's B=Bachelor's M=Master's P=Professional S=Specialist D=Doctorate

Contact Information Anderson University Andersen (765)649-9071 Admissions phone: (765)641-4080 Admissions fax: (765)641-3651 Web site: www.anderson.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Economics: B Finance: B General Business: A Management: B Marketing: B Masters Business Administration and Management: M Masters of Accountancy: M Organizational Leadership: B

Communications Mass Communications: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B Information Sciences and Systems: B

Education Education: B Elementary Education: B English Teacher Education: B German Language Teacher Education: B Health Teacher Education (5-12): B Master of Education: M Mathematics Teacher Education: B Music Teacher Education (K-12): B Physical Education (5-12): B Physical Education Teaching and Coaching (K-12): B Science Teacher Education, General: B Social Studies Teacher Education: B Spanish Education: B Speech Communication Theater Teacher Education: B Visual Arts Education (5-12): B Visual Arts Education (K-12): B

English Language and Literature/Letters English Language and Literature, General: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French Language and Literature: B German Language and Literature: B Spanish Language and Literature: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Nursing: B

Home Economics Family Life end Relations Studies: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: A

Mathematics Mathematics: B Mathematics, Other: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Mathematics and Computer Science: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Athletic Training: B Physical Education: B

Philosophy and Religion Bible and Religion: B Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Physics: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History History: B Political Science: B Sociology B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Bible/Biblical Studies: B Christian Ministries: B Church Music: B Doctor of Ministry: D Master of Divinity: P Masters of Missions: M

Visual and Performing Arts Drama/Theater Arts: B Fine Arts: B Graphic Design: B Music Business: B Music Performance: B

Ball State University Muncie

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree, Doctorate

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 16,114 Men: 46.8% Women: 53.2% Minorities: 1,303 International: 1 Students from out of state: 8%

Costs In-state tuition: $6.180 0ut-of-state tuition: $15,356 In-state per-credit charge: $213 0ut-of-state per-credit charge: $528 Other fees: $380 On-campus room and board: $5.646

Admission Requirements Application fee: $25

Other Admission Information Applications received: 10,771 Applications accepted: 8,196 Freshman retention rate: 79

Contact Information Ball State University Muncie (765)289-1241 Admissions phone: (765)285-8300 Admissions fax: (765)265-1632 Web site: www.bsu.edu

Programs of Study Architecture And Related Programs Architecture: B, M Environmental Resign: B Landscape Architecture: B, M Urban Planning: B, M

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B,M Physiology: M

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting; B, M Actuarial Science: B Administrative Information Technology: A Business Administration: A, B, M Economics, Business Option: B Finance: B Industrial Supervision: A Management: B, M Marketing: B Office Administration: B

Communications Journalism: B, M Public Relations: M Telecommunications: B, M

Communications Technologies Information and Communication Sciences: M

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B, M

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Natural Resources & Environmental Management: B, M

Education

Adult and Community Education: M, D Applied Gerontology: M Business Education: B, M Curriculum: M, D Early Childhood Education: A, B Educational Administration and Supervision: M, D Educational Psychology: M Elementary Education; B, M, D Health Education: B Industrial Education: B Industrial Vocational/Technical Education: M Junior High/Middle School Education: M Physical Education: B, M School Psychology: D Science Education: B, D Secondary Education: M Special Education: B, M, D Student Affairs Adm. in Higher Education: M Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages M Technology Education: M

Engineering Pre-Engineering: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Graphic Arts Management: B Industrial Technology: B Manufacturing Technology: A

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B, M, D Speech: B, M

Foreign Languages and Literatures Classical Culture: B French: B German: B Japanese: B Latin: B Linguistics: M Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Audiology: M Health Science: M Medical Technology: B Nuclear Medicine Technology: A Nursing: A, B, M Pre-Dental Preparation: B Premedical Preparation: B Radiation Therapy: A Radiography A Respiratory Therapy: A, B Speech Pathology: B, M, D Wellness Management: M

Home Economics Dietetics; B, M Family and Consumer Sciences: B, M

Law and Legal Studies Legal Administration: B Legal Assistance: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: A, B

Library Science Library Science: B

Mathematics Mathematical Statistics: M Mathematics: B, M

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies General Science: M, D

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Religious Studies: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B, M Earth Science: M Geology: B, M Physics: B, M

Precision Production Trades Printing Technology: A

Protective Services Criminal Justice and Criminology: A, B

Psychology Clinical Psychology: M Counseling: M Counseling Psychology: D Psychology: B, M School Psychology: M Social Psychology M

Public Administration and Services Executive Development far Public Service: M Public Administration, M Social Work: B

Science Technologies Chemical Technology: A Human Bioenergetics: D

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B, M Economics: B Geography: B, M History: B, M Political Science: B, M Social Sciences: B, M Sociology: B, M

Visual and Performing Arts Art: B, M Dance Performance/Ballet: B Music B, M, D Theatre: B

Vocational Home Economics Dietetic Technology: A Food Management: A Vocational Family and Consumer Science: B

Bethel College Mishawaka

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,552 Men: 34.2% Women: 65.8% Minorities: 175 International: 36 Students from out of state: 28%

Costs In-state tuition: $15,630 Out-of-state tuition: $15,630 In-state per-credit charge: $457 0ut-of-state per-credit charge: $457 Other fees: $400

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/1 Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 520 Applications accepted: 467

Contact Information Bethel College Mishawaka (574)259-8511 Admissions phone: (574)257-3339 Admissions fax: (574)257-3326 Web site: www.bethelcollege.edu

Programs of Study Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies International Studies: Ministry: B International Studies: Social Science (History): B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: C, B Environmental Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, B Actuarial Science: B Business: C Business Administration B Business Administration (Interior Design/Ivy Tech): B Business Management: A Business Supervision (Adult Major): A Computer Applications: C Human Services: B Master of Business Administration M Office Administration: A Organizational Management: B

Communications Communication: C Communications-CBM-Broadcast Media: B Communications-CD-Drama: B Communications-CPM-Print Media: B Journalism C, A Mass Media C Radio Broadcast: C

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Applications: A Computer Info System: C, B Computer Science: C, A Math/Computer Science: B

Education Biology Education: C Business Education: B Chemistry Education: C Early Childhood Education: A Economics Education C Elementary Education: B English Education: C, B Health Education: C Mathematics Education: C Music Ed-Chorale (K-12): B Music Ed-Instrument (K-12): B Music Education-Choral (9-12): C Physical Education: C Physical Education: All Grades: B Physical Education-Grades 7-12: B Physics Education: C Psychology Education: C Science Education - Biology: B Science Education - Chemistry: B Science Education - Math: B Science Education Physics: B Social Studies Ed - Econ: B Social Studies Education: B Social Studies Education: Psychology B Social Studies Education: Sociology: B Social Studies Education US History: B Social Studies Education: World Civilization: B Sociology Education: C US History Education: C World Civilization Education: C

Engineering Engineering Science: B Math & Physics: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: C English Literature Track: B English Writing Track: B Professional Writing: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences American Sign Language: C, A American Sign Language/ Interpretation: B Nursing (ADN): A Nursing - BSN: B Nursing - BSN Completion: B Pre-Medicine: B Undeclared RSN Completion: B Undeclared Nursing - ADN: A Undeclared Nursing - BSN: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Liberal Studies: A, B

Mathematics Math Education: B Mathematics C

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Sports Studies: B

Philosophy and Religion Bible & Ministry: B Philosophy: C, B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: C, A, B Computational Physics: B Physics: C

Protective Services Criminal Justice: C, A, B

Psychology Master of Counseling Marriage & Family: M Master of Counseling: Mental Hough M Master of Counseling: Student Development: M Psychology: C, B

Social Sciences and History Economics: C History: C, B International Studies Business B Social Science: A, B Sociology: C, B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Biblical Language C Biblical Literature: C, A, B Christian Ministries: B Church Music B Master of Arts: Theology Studies: M Master of Ministries Christian Ministries: M Missions: C Youth Ministry: C, B

Visual and Performing Arts Diary a: C Music: C Music Performance: B Music Piano Pedagogy: A, B Studio Art: C, B Studio Art(Visual Tech./Ivy Tech): B

Butler University Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree. First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 3,294 Men: 38.3% Women: 61.7% Minorities: 241 International: 54 Students from out of state: 40%

Costs In-state tuition: $22,450 Out-of-state tuition: $22,450 In-state per-credit charge: $840 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $840 Other fees: $200

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/15 Application fee: $35 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 3,817 Applications accepted: 3,056

Contact Information Butler University Indianapolis (317)940-8000 Admissions phone; (888)940-8100 Admissions fax: (317)940-8150 Web site: www.butler.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business Administration: M Finance: B International Management: B Marketing B

Communications Journalism B Public-corporate Com: B Radio-television: B

Communications Technologies Telecommunication Arts: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B

Education Education: B, M Elementary Education: B, M Music Education: B, M School Counseling M Secondary Education: B, M

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B, M Speech: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French B German: B Greek: B Latin: B Spanish B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Pharmacy: D Physician Assistant: B Speech-language Pathology: B

DePauw University

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Science, Technology and Society: B

Library Science General Program: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Physics: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B Economics: B History: B, M International Studies: B Political Science: B Sociology: B Urban Studies: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Religious Studies: B

Visual and Performing Arts Arts Administration: Dance: B Arts Administration: Music: B Arts Administration: Theater: B Conducting: M Dance: B Music: B Music Composition: B Music History: B Music Theory: M Music Theory & Composition: B Performance: B, M Performing Arts Dance: B Piano Pedagogy: B, M Theatre: B

Calumet College of Saint Joseph

Whiting Level of study offered: Certificate. Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,004 Men: 38.3% Women: 61.7% Minorities: 460 International: 4 Students from out of state: 29%

Costs In-state tuition: $9,450 Out-of-state tuition: $9,450 In-state per-credit charge: $260 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $260

Admission Requirements Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Contact Information Calumet College of Saint Joseph Whiting (219)473-7770 Admissions phone: (219)473-4215 Admissions fax: (219)473-4258 Web site: www.ccsj.edu

Programs of Study Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Urban Studies: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A, B Business Management: A, B Management: C Organization Management: B

Communications English-Journalism Concentration: B

Computer and Information Sciences Business Data Processing: C Computer Information Applications: A Computer information Systems: A. B Networking Systems: C

Education Elementary Education: B, C Middle School: C Secondary Education: C Secondary Education (2nd degree only): B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: A English-Creative Writing Concentration: B English-Literature Concentration: B

Health Professions end Related Sciences Community Health Workers: C, A Healthcare Management: B

Law and Legal Studies Paralegal Studies: C, A, B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: A, B Liberal Arts: A, B

Philosophy and Religion Religious Studies: C, A, B

Physical Sciences Chemistry Technology: A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: C, A, B Law Enforcement Management: B

Psychology Human Services-Counseling Concentration: B Psychology: B

Social Sciences and History Human Services-Social Services Concentration: B

Visual and Performing Arts Media and Fine Arts: C Media and Fine Arts-Fine Arts Concentration: B Media and Fine Arts-Interdisciplinary Concentration: B Media and Fine Arts-Media Concentration: B

DePauw University Greencastle

Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,216 Men: 43.7% Women: 56.3% Minorities: 231 International: 29 Students from out of state: 47%

Costs In-state tuition: $25,460 Out-of-state tuition: $25,460 In-state per-credit charge: $700 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $700 Other fees: $440

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 2/1 Application fee: $40 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 3,450 Applications accepted: 2,277

Contact Information DePauw University Greencastle (765)658-4800 Admissions phone: (765)658-4006 Admissions fax: (765)658-4007 Web site: www.depauw.edu

Programs of Study Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies East Asian Studies: B Russian Studies: B Women's Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Communications Communication: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B

Education Bachelor of Music Education: B Elementary Education: B

Engineering Pre-engineering: B

English Language end Literature/Letters English (Literature): B English (Writing): B

Foreign Languages end Literatures Classical Languages: B French: B German: B Greek: B Latin: B Romance Languages: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Technology: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Conflict Studies: B Interdisciplinary - (develop your own: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Physical Education-Sports Medicine: B Physical Education-Sports Science: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Religious Studies: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Earth Sciences: B Geology: B Physics: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B Classical Civilization: B Economics: B Geography: B History: B Political Science: B Sociology: B Sociology and Anthropology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art (History): B Art (Studio): B Bachelor of Music: Performance: B Bachelor of Musical Arts (Music/Liberal Arts): B Music (College Liberal Arts): B

Earlham College

Richmond

Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,123 Men: 43.5% Women: 56.5% Minorities: 148 International: 45 Students from out of state: 68%

Costs In-state tuition: $26,042 Out of state tuition: $26,042 In-state per-credit charge: $760 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $760 Other fees: $624

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 2/15 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,269 Applications accepted: 991

Contact Information Earlham College Richmond (765)903-1200 Admissions phone: (765)983-1600 Admissions fax: (765)983-1560 Web site: www.earlham.edu

Programs of Study Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Afro-American (Black) Studies: B Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies, Other: B Asian Studies: B Latin American Studies: B Women's Studies. B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology, General: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Business Administration and Management, General: B

Communications Journalism: B

Computer end Information Sciences Computer Science: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Science/Studies: B

Education Education, General: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English Language and Literature/Letters, Other: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Classics and Classical Languages and Literatures: B French Language and Literature: B German Language and Literature: B Spanish Language and Literature: B Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies R Mathematics Mathematics: B Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other: B Peace and Conflict Studies: B Philosophy and Religion Philosophy B Religion/Religious Studies: B Physical Sciences Chemistry, General: B Geology: B Physics, General: B Psychology Psychology, General: B Social Sciences and History Economics, General: B History, General: B

Degrees Legend: C=Certificate A=Associate's B=Bachelor's M=Master's P=Professional S=Specialist O=Doctorate

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Biblical and Other Theological Languages and Literatures: M Divinity/Ministry (B.D., M. Div.): P Visual and Performing Arts Art, General: B Drarna/Theater Arts, General: B MUSIC, Generall; B

Franklin Level el study offered: Bachelor's Degree Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 953 Men: 49.9% Women: 50.19% Minorities: 20 International: 7 Students from out of state: 6% Costs In-state tuition: $18,275 Out-of-state tuition: $18,275 In-state per-credit charge: $510 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $510 Other fees: $135 Admission Requirements Application deadline: 5/1 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available Other Admission Information Applications received: 713 Applications accepted: 605

Contact Information Franklin College Franklin (317)738-8000 Admissions phone: (317)738-8062 Admissions fax: (317)738-8274 Web site: www.franklincollege.edu

Programs of Study

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies American Studies: B Canadian Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business: Finance Track: B Business: General Business Track: B Business: International Business: B Business: Management and Industrial Relations Track: B Business: Marketing: B

Communications Journalism Advertising - Public Relations: B Journalism: Broadcast Journalism: B Journalism: News Editorial: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems B Computer Science: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Biology and Pre-Forestry: B

Education Elementary Standard License/Endorsements: B English/Language Arts: B French Teaching: B Journalism Teaching: B Life Sciences Teaching: B Mathematics Teaching: B Middle School Endorsement - Elementary License: B Physical Education Teaching K12:B Physical Sciences Teaching: B Secondary Education License: B Social Studies Teacher: B Spanish Teaching: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Technology in conjunction web Methodist Hospital and St Francis Hospital: B

Leisure and Recreational Activities Theatre B

Mathematics Applied Mathematics: B Pure Mathematics: B Quantitative Analysis: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Athletic Training: B Recreation: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy B Religious Studies: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B

Protective Services Sociology: Criminal Justice Track B

Psychology Psychology B

Public Administration and Services Sociology Social Work Track: B Social Sciences and History Economics: A History B Political Science B Sociology: B

Goshen College

Goshen Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,084 Men: 43.0% Women: 57.0% Minorities: 65 International: 102 Students from out of state: 55%

Costs In-state tuition: $18,200 Out-of-state tuition: $18,200 In-state per-credit charge: $580 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $580 Other fees: $300

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/15 Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 671 Applications accepted: 362

Contact Information Goshen College Goshen (574)535-/000 Admissions phone: (574)535-7535 Admissions fax: (574)535-7060 Web site: www.goshen.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Molecular Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Business: B Business Information Systems: B Management Information Systems: B 0rganizational Management: B

Communications Communication: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Studies: B

Education Early Childhood Education: B Education: B Elementary Education: B Physical Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French B German: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences American Sign Language Interpreting: B Nursing B

Mathematics Computer Science and Applied Mathematics: B Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary: B Natural Science B Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry B Physics: B

Psychology Psychology B

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Economies: B History B History and Investigative Skills: B Sociology/Anthropology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Bible and Religion B Hispanic Education in Theology & Leadership: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art: B Music: B Theater: B

Grace College and Theological Seminary

Winona Lake Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctorate, First professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 923 Men: 47. 6% Women: 52.4% Minorities: 43 International: 16 Students from out of state: 48.5%

Costs In-state tuition; $15,030 Out-of-state tuition: $15,030 In-state per-credit charge: $225 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $225 Other fees; $340

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/1 Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 786 Applications accepted: 592

Contact Information Grace College and Theological Seminary Winona Lake (574)372-5100 Admissions phone: (574)372-5100 Admissions fax: (574)372-5139 Web site: www.grace.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B General Science B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business Administration: B Information Processing: B International Business (IBI): International Business (Lang): B Management of information Technology: B

Communications Communication: B

Education Art Education, All-Grade: B Art Education, Secondary: B Biology: Chemistry Support: B Business Education: B Chemistry; Biology Support: B Chemistry; Math Support: B Chemistry; Math Support: B Elementary Education: B English Education, Secondary: B French Education, Secondary: B German Education Secondary: B Math; Chemistry Support: B Math Education, Secondary: B Math; Physics Support: B Music Education, All-Grades/Area: B Phys. Ed., All Grade: B Physics; Secondary: B Physics; Biology Support: B Physics: Chemistry Support: B Physics: Math Support: B Spanish Education, Secondary: B Sports Studies: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B German: B International Language: B Spanish: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Phys Ed., Non-teaching: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

Psychology Counseling: M Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Sociology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Biblical Studies: B Youth Ministries: B

Visual end Performing Arts Drawing & Painting: B Graphic Design: B Illustration: B Music B

Hanover College

Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,123 Men: 46.7% Women: 53.3% Minorities: 41 International: 40 Students from out of state: 30%

Costs In-state tuition: $20,600 Out of state tuition: $20,600 Other fees: $400

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 3/1 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,227 Applications accepted: 928

Contact Information Hanover College Hanover (812)866-7000 Admissions phone: (912)866-7026 Admissions fax: (812)866-7098 Web site: www.hanover.edu

Program of Study Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Latin American Studies: B Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology, General: B Business Management and Administrative Services Business, General: B Communications Communications, General: B Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B Education Elementary Teacher Education B Physical Education Teaching and Coaching: B English Language and Literature/Letters English Language and Literature. General B Foreign Languages and Literatures Classics & Classical Language and Literature: B French Language and Literature: B German Language and literature: B Spanish Language and Literature: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Medieval and Renaissance Studies: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry, General: B Geology: B Physics: B

Psychology Psychology, General: B

Social Sciences end History Anthropology: B Economics, General: B History, General: B International Relations and Affairs: B Political Science, General: B Sociology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Theology/Theological Studies: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art, General: B Art History, Criticism and Conservation: B Drama/Theater Arts, General: B Music: B

Holy Cross College

Notre Dame Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 487 Men: 55.4% Women: 44.6% Minorities: 59 International: 10 Students from out of state: 46%

Costs In-state tuition: $10,900 Out of state tuition: $10,900 In-state per-credit charge: $315 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $315 Other fees: $250 On campus room and board: $6,800

Admission Requirements Application fee: $50 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 428 Applications accepted: 398

Contact Information Holy Cross College Notre Dame (574)239-8400 Admissions phone: (574)239-8407 Admissions fax: (574)233-7427 Web site: www.hcc-nd.edu

Programs of Study Business Management and Administrative Services Business Administration: A Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Liberal Arts: A

Huntington College

Huntington Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 857 Men: 38.3% Women; 61.7% Minorities: 14 International: 10 Students from out of state: 35%

Costs In-state tuition: $18,490 Out-of-state tuition: $18,480 In-state per-credit charge: $475 Out of state per-credit charge: $475 Other fees: $400 0n-campus room and board: $5,680

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/1 Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 651 Applications accepted: 600

Contact Information Huntington College Huntington (260)356-6000 Admissions phone: (260)359-4000 Admissions fax: (260)356-9448 Web site: www.huntington.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Business- Accounting: B Business: Economics: B Business: General: B Business: Management: B Organizational Management: B

Communications Media communication Broadcasting: B Media Communication: Public Relations: B Media Communication-Journalism: B Oral Communication: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Sciences: B

Education Art Education All Grades: B Art Education Secondary: B Business Education General: B Chemistry- Education: B Economics Social Studies Education: B English: B English: Education: B Music- All Grade Education: B Sociology: Social Studies Education: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Biology Pre-Med: B Law and Legal Studies Pre-Law: B Mathematics Mathematics: B Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Physical Education All Grades B Physical Education: Exercise Science: B Recreation Management: B

Philosophy and Religion Bible/Religion- Religious Studies: B Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Chemistry Pre-Med: B

Psychology Psychology: B Psychology- Social Study Education: B

Social Sciences and History History: B History Social Studies Education: B Sociology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Bible/Religion- Biblical Studies: B Diploma in Pastoral: M Educational Ministries: B Educational Ministry: M Elementary Education: B Leadership: M Pastoral Ministry: M Youth Ministries: B, M

Visual and Performing Arts Fine Art Design: B Graphic Design: B Music: B Music: Choral Education: B Music Contemporary Church: B Music- Instructional Education: B Music- Performance: B Theatre Arts Design and Technology: B Theatre Arts- Performance: B

Indiana Business College-Anderson

Anderson

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11.260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact Information Indiana Business College-Anderson Anderson (765)644-7514 Admissions phone: (765)644-7514 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant: A Business Administration: A Health Claims Examiner: A Medical Assistant: A Medical Coding Specialist: I Medical Records Technology: A Office Assistant: I Organizational Management: A Professional Accounting: A Project Management: A

Indian Business College-Columbus

Columbus

Level of study offered; Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11.260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact Information Indiana Business College Columbus Columbus (812)379-9000

Admissions phone: (812)379-9000 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant: A Business Administration: A Business Administration/Network Technology: A Business and Information Technology: A Health Claims Examiner: A Information Technology: C Medical Assistant: A Medical Coding Specialist: I Medical Records Technology: A Microsoft Network Administration: C Microsoft Network Administration Upgrade: C Office Assistant: I Professional Accounting: A Project Management: A

Indiana Business College-Evansville

Evansville

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135 Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact Information Indiana Business College-Evansville Evansville (812)476-6000 Admissions phone: (812)476-6000 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant: A Business Administration: A Business Administration/Network Technology A Business and Information Technology: A Health Claims Examiner: A Information Technology: C Medical Assistant: A Medical Coding Specialist: I Medical Records Technology: A Microsoft Network Administration: C Office Assistant: I Professional Accounting: A Project Management: A

Indiana Business College-Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact information Indiana Business College-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne (260)471-7667 Admissions phone: (260)471-7667 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant: A Business Administration: A Health Claims Examiner: A Medical Assistant: A Medical Records Technology: A Office Assistant: I

Indiana Business College-Indianapolis

Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Cost In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact information Indiana Business College-Indianapolis Indianapolis (317)264-5656 Admissions phone: (317)264-5656 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant: A Business Administration: A Business Administration/Network Technology: A Business and Information Technology: A Disco Network Associate: A Fashion Merchandising: A Information Technology: C Legal Administrative Assistant: I Medical Assistant: A Microsoft Network Administration: C Microsoft Network Administration Upgrade: C Office Assistant: I Organizational Management: A Professional Accounting: A Project Management: A Travel and Tourism: I Travel Management: A

Indiana Business College-Lafayette

Lafayette

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact Information Indiana Business College-Lafayette (765)447-9550 Admissions phone: (765)447-9550 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant: A Business Administration: A Business Administration/Network Technology: A Business and Information Technology: A Information Technology: C Medical Assistant A Microsoft Network Administration: C Microsoft Network Administration Upgrade: C Office Assistant: I Professional Accounting: A

Indiana Business College-Marion

Marion

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees; $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact information Indiana Business College-Marion Marion (765)662-7497 Admissions phone: (765)662-7497 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant: A Business Administration: A Medical Assistant: A Medical Coding Specialist: I Medical Records Technology: A Office Assistant: I Professional Accounting: A

Indiana Business College-Medical Division

Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Oat-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact Information Indiana Business College Medical Division Indianapolis (317)375-8000 Admissions phone: (317)375-8000 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Health Claims Examiner: A Medical Assistant: A Medical Coding Specialist: I Medical Office Assistant: I Medical Records Technology A Medical Transcription: C, I Therapeutic Massage & Body Work: C, A Therapeutic Massage Practitioner: C

Indiana Business College-Muncie

Muncie Level of study offered: Certificate Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact Information Indiana Business College-Muncie Muncie (765)288-8681 Admissions phone: (765)288-**8881 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant A Business Administration: A Business Administration/Network Technology: A Business and Information Technology: A Information Technology: C Medical Assistant: A Medical Coding Specialist: I Medical Records Technology: A Microsoft Network Administration: C Microsoft Network Administration Upgrade: C Office Assistant: I Organizational Management: A Professional Accounting: A Project Management: A Travel and Tourism: I Travel Management: A

Indiana Business College-Terre Haute

Terre Haute

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $11,260 Out-of-state tuition: $11,260 In-state per-credit charge: $154 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $154 Other fees: $135

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30

Contact Information Indiana Business College-Terre Haute Terre Haute (812)232-4458 Admissions phone: (812)232-4458 Web site: www.ibcschools.edu

Programs of Study Accounting Assistant: I Administrative Assistant A Business Administration: A Business Administration/Network Technology: A Business and information Technology: A Health Claims Examiner: A Information Technology: C Legal Administrative Assistant: I Medical Assistant: A Medical Coding Specialist: I Medical Records Technology ** A Medical Transcription: I Microsoft Network Administration: C Microsoft Network Administration Upgrade: C Office Assistant: I Professional Accounting: A

Indiana Institute of Technology

Fort Wayne

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,931 Men: 47.2% Women: 52.8% Minorities: 130 International: 32 Students from out of state: 16%

Costs In-state tuition: $16,370 Out-of-state tuition: $16,370 In-state per-credit charge: $495 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $495 0n-campus room and board: $5,744

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 9/1 Application fee: $50 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 2,448 Applications accepted: 1,286

Contact Information Indiana Institute of Technology Fort Wayne (260)422-5561 Admissions phone: (260)422-5561 Admissions fax: (260)422-7696 Web site: www.indtech.edu

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A, B Business Administration and Management, Genera**: B Business, General: A Human Resources Management: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer and Information Sciences. General: B Computer Science: B

Engineering Civil Engineering, General: B Engineering, General: B Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Computer Engineering Tech./ Technician B Electrical and Electronic Engin.-Related Technol./Technicians. Other: B Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Tech/Technician: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Recreational Therapy: A, B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management: B

Indiana State University

Terre Haute

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree, Doctorate

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 9,334 Men: 49.0% Women: 51.0% Minorities: 1,152 International: 272 Students from out of state: 7.6%

Costs In-state tuition; $5,640 Out-of-state tuition: $12,368 In-state per-credit charge $148 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $361 Other fees: $100

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/15 Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 5,550 Applications accepted: 4,403 Freshmen retention rate: 70

Contact Information Indiana State University Terre Haute (812)237-6311 Admissions phone: (812)237-2121 Admissions fax: (812)237-8023 Web site: web.indstate.edu

Programs of Study

Architecture And Related Programs Interior Architecture: B

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Afro-American (Black) Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biological Sciences/Life Sciences, Other: M, D Biology, General: B, M, D

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Administrative Assistant/Secretarial Science, General; A Business Administration and Management, General B, M Business Marketing and Marketing Management: B Business Quantitative Methods and Management Science, Other: B Finance, General: B Human Resources Management: B, M Insurance and Risk Management: B Management Information Systems and Business Data Processing, General: B Office Supervision and Management B Operations Management and Supervision: B

Communications Communications, General: B, M Communications, Other: M Journalism: B Radio and Television Broadcasting: B

Communications Technologies Educational/Instructional Media Tech/Technician M

Computer and information Sciences Computer and Information Sciences, General: B Information Technology: B

Education Art Teacher Education: B Business Teacher Education (Vocational): B, M College/Postsecondary Student Counseling and Personnel Services: M Counselor Education Counseling and Guidance Services M, D Curriculum and Instruction: M, S, D Education Administration and Supervision, General: O Education Administration and Supervision, Other S, D Educational Psychology S Educational/Instructional Media Design: B, M Elementary, Middle and Secondary Education Administration: M, S Elementary Teacher Education: B, D Health Teacher Education: B, M Physical Education Teaching and Coaching: B, M Pre-Elementary/Early Childhood/ Kindergarten Teacher Education: A, B, M Science Teacher Education, General: B, M Social Studies Teacher Education: B, M Special Education, General: B, M Technology Teacher Education/ Industrial Arts Teacher Education: B, D Trade and Industrial Teacher Education (Vocational): B, M

Engineering-Related Technologies Architectural Engineering Tech/ Technician: B Automotive Engineering Tech./ Technician: B Biomedical Engineering Related Tech/Technician: B Computer Engineering Tech./ Technician: A, B, M Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engin. Tech./ Technician: A, B, M industrial Production Technol./ Technicians, Other, A, B, M Industrial/Manufacturing Tech./ Technician: B, M Instrumentation Tech/Technician: B Mechanical Engineering-Related Technol./Technicians, Other: B Occupational Safety and Health Tech/Technician: B Robotics Tech./Technician: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English Creative Writing M English Language and Literature, General: B, M

Foreign Languages and Literatures Cross-Linguistics: B Foreign Languages and Literatures, General: B, M French Language and Literature: B, M German language and Literature: B Linguistics/TESL: M Spanish Language and Literature: B, M

Health Professions and Related Sciences Community Health Liaison B Environmental Health: B Health Professions and Related Sciences. Other: M Hospital/Health Facilities Administration: M Medical Technology: B, M Nursing (R.N. Training): A, B, M Speech-Language Pathology: M Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: B, M

Home Economics Clothing/Apparel and Textile Studies: B Dietetics/Human Nutritional Services: M Family and Marriage Counseling: M Foods and Nutrition Studies, General: B, M Home Economics, General: B, M Individual and Family Development Studies, General: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Humanities/Humanistic Studies: M Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies: A

Mathematics Mathematics: B, M

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Athletic Training and Sports Medicine: B, M Exercise Sciences/Physiology and Movement Studies: B, M Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management: B, M Sport and Fitness Administration/ Management: B, M

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry, General: B, M Geology: B, M Physics, General: B, M

Precision Production Trades Architectural Drafting: A Graphic and Printing Equipment Operator General: B Mechanical Drafting: A

Psychology Clinical Psychology: D Counseling Psychology: M, D Psychology, General: B, M School Psychology: M, S, D

Public Administration and Services Public Administration: M Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B Criminology: A, B, M Economics, General: B, M Geography: B, M, U History, General: B, M Political Science, General: B, M Social Sciences, General: B Sociology: B, M

Transportation and Materials Moving Workers Aircraft Pilot and Navigator (Professional): A, B Aviation and Airway Science; A Aviation Management B

Visual and Performing Arts Art, General: B, M Art History, Criticism and Conservation: B Drama/Theater Arts, General: B Fine Arts and Art Studies. Other: B, M Music, General: B, M

Indiana University-Bloomington

Bloomington

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree, Doctorate, First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 28,511 Men: 46.2% Women: 53.8% Minorities: 2,559 International: 1,120 Students from out of state: 28%

Coots In-state tuition: $6,777 Out-of-state tuition: $18,590 In-state per-credit charge: $143 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $475 Other fees: $542

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 2/1 Application fee: $45 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 21,264 Applications accepted: 17,267 Freshman retention rate: 85

Contact Information Indiana University-Bloomington Bloomington (812)855-4848 Admissions phone: (812)855-0661 Web site: www.iub.edu

Programs of Study

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies African Studies: C Afro American Studios: B, M Central Eurasian Studies: C, M, D East Asian Studies: B, M Gender Studies: B Jewish Studies: B, C Latin American Studies: M Latin American/Caribbean Studies: C Russian & East European Studies: M West European Studies: M

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Animal Behavior C Biochemistry: B Biology: B, M Ecology & Evolutionary Biology: M, D Microbiology: B, M Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology: D Neural Science: D Zoology: D

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B, M Accounting: Auditing/Consulting: M Accounting: Information Systems: M Accounting: Taxation: M Business: D Business Economics & Public Policy: B Business Foundations: C Business Process Management: B Computer information Systems B Decision Support Modeling: M Designed Major: M E-Business: M Entrepreneurship: B Finance: B, M Finance: Real Estate: B General Administration: M Global Business Achievement: C Information Systems: M International Management: M Legal Studies: B Management: B, M Marketing: B, M Marketing/Distribution/Management: B New Venture & Business Development: M Nonprofit Management: C Operations Management: B Production: Operational Leadership: M Production: Operations Management: M Public Management: C Strategic Human Resources: M Strategic Management Consulting: M

Communications Communication & Culture B, M, D Journalism: B, C, M Mass Communications: D Telecommunications: B, M

Communications Technologies Audio Recording: B Audio Technology A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B, M, D Computer Science-BS/MS-5YR: B, M

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Applied Ecology: M Environmental Chemistry: M Environmental Science: D Environmental Science: Ecosystem Science: B Environmental Science General Environmental Science: B Environmental Studies: C Hazardous Materials Management: M Specialized: M Water Resources: M

Education Art Education: M Biology Education: B Chemistry Education: B Choral General Teaching B Counseling Psychology: D Counseling/Counselor Education: C, M Curriculum & Instruction: D Dietetics: B Earth/Space Science Education: B Educational Psychology: M, D Elementary Education: B, M English Education: B French Education: B General Science Education: B German Education: B Health Education: B Health Promotion: M Higher Education: D History of Education/Philosophy of Education: M History/Philosophy/Policy in Education: D Human Development/Family Studies: B Instructional Systems Technology: M. D Instrumental Teaching: B International & Comparative Education: M Jewish Studies: M Journalism Education: B Kindergarten/Primary Education: B Kinesiology: Adapted Physical Education: M Kinesiology: Applied Sport Science: M Kinesiology: Athletic Training: B, M Kinesiology: Athletics Administration/ Sports Management: M Kinesiology: Athletics Training-Teacher: B Kinesiology: Clinical Exercise Physiology: M Kinesiology Exercise Physiology: M Kinesiology: Exercise Science: B Kinesiology: Motor Learning/Control: M Kinesiology: Physical Education: B Kinesiology: Social Science of Sport: M Kinesiology: Sport Marketing/ Management: B Kinesiology: Sports Communications-Broadcast: B Kinesiology Sports Communications Print: B Kinesiology: Teacher Preparation-All-Grade: B Language Education: M, D Mathematics Education: B Music Education: M, D Music Teaching Area: B Nutrition Science: B, M Occupational Safety: B Public Health: B Safety Management: M School Administration: C, M, D School Health Education: M School Psychology: C Secondary Education: B, C, M Social Studies: B Social Studies Education: M Spanish Education: B Special Education: B, M, D Speech, Communication & Theater Education: B Student Affairs Administration: M Visual Arts Education: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Hazard Control Technology: A, C

English Language end Literature/Letters Comparative Lit-II: B Comparative Lit-III: B Comparative Lit-IV: B Comparative Literature: B, M, D Creative Writing: M English: B, M, D Speech Communication: B, M, D

Foreign Languages and Literatures Chinese: M Classical Civilization: B Classical Studies-Latin & Greek: B, M East Asian Languages & Literature: B French: B, M, D Germanic Studies: B, M, D Italian: B, M, D Linguistics: B, M, D Near East Languages & Cultures: M, D Portuguese B Slavic Languages & Literature: B, M, D Spanish: B, M, D TESOL & Applied Linguistics: M

Health Professions and Related Sciences Audiology & Hearing Science: B Cultures of Science & Medicine: C Health Administration/Public Health: B Nursing: B Optometric Technology/Opticianry: A Optometric Technology/Optometric Technician: A Optometry: B, D Pharmacology: D Physiology: M, D Public Health: M Speech & Hearing Science: B, M, D

Home Economics Apparel Merchandising: B

Law and Legal Studies Juridical Science S JR D Law: M, D Law: Comparative: M Legal Studies: A

Leisure and Recreational Activities Martial Arts: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Criminal Justice: A General Studies: A, B Library Arts & Management: C

Library Science Information Science: M Library & Information Science: S Library Science: M

Mathematics Mathematics: B, M, D Mathematics-BS-COAS-I: B Mathematics-BS-COAS-II: B Statistics: B

Mechanics and Repairers String Instrument Technology: A

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Bioinformatics: M Chemical Informatics: M Cognitive Science: B Human Computer Interaction: M Human Computer Interaction--Music Informatics Track: M Individualized Major: B Informatics: B Medieval Studies: C

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Health Behavior: D Human Performance: D Leisure Behavior: D Recreation: D Recreation: Administration: M Recreation: Outdoor: M Recreation: Outdoor Recreational Resources: M Recreation: Outdoor & Resource Management: B Recreation: Park & Recreation Management: B Recreation: Recreational Sports Administration: M Recreation: Sport Management: B Recreation: Therapeutic: B, M Recreation: Tourism Management: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B, M, D Religious Studies: B, M, D Religious Studies/Philosophy: B Study of Religion: D

Physical Sciences Astronomy/Astrophysics: B Chemistry B, M, D Geological Science: B, M, D Physics: B, M, D Physiological Optics: D

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B, C, M

Psychology Model in Cognitive Science: C Psychology: B, M, D

Public Administration and Services Comparative & Internal Affairs: M Environmental Management: B Environmental & Natural Resource Management: M Environmental Science & Management: B Information Systems: M Legal Studies: B Management: B Nonprofit Management: M Policy & Administration: B Policy Analysis: M Policy Studies: B Public Affairs: C, D Public Financial Administration M Public Financial Management: B Public Management: M Public Policy: B, D Social Work: B Specialized Study: B, M Urban Management: M

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B, M, D Classical Archaeology: D Economics: B, M, D Economics/Mathematics: B Economics/Political Science: B Folklore: B, M, D Geography: B, M, D History: B, M, D History & Philosophy of Science: M, D International Studies: B Political Science: B, M, D Political Science/Economics: B Political Science/Philosophy: B Social Studies: M Sociology: B, M, D

Visual and Performing Arts Art History: M, D Arts Administration: M Ballet: M Bassoon: M Brass Pedagogy: D Cello: M Choral Conducting: M, D Clarinet: M Composition: B, M, D Costume Construction Technology: A Double Bass: M Early Music Instrumental: B, M Early Music: Vocal: M Film Studies: C Fine Arts B Fine Arts -BFA/MFA: M Fine Arts History of Art: B Fine Arts: Studio Art: B Flute: M, D Guitar: M Harp: M, D Horn: M Instrumental Conducting: M Interior Design: B Jazz Studies: B, M Music: B Music Education: D Music Theory: M, D Musicology: M Oboe: M Opera Scenic Technique: B Organ: M, D Organ and Church Music: M, D Percussion: M Performance: Ballet Major: B Performance: Music: B Performance: Music-GR: A Performance: Music-UG: A Piano: M, D Saxophone: D Stage Direct For Opera: M Theatre and Drama: B, M, D Trombone: M, D Trumpet: M, D Tuba: M Viola: M, D Violin: M, D Voice: M, D Wind Conducting: M, D

Indiana University-East

Richmond

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,215 Men: 31.6% Women: 68.4% Minorities: 123 International: 8 Students from out of state: 8%

Costs In-state tuition: $4,601 Out-of-state tuition: $10,991 In-state per-credit charge: $115 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $306 Other fees: $197

Admission Requirements Application fee: $25

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,023 Applications accepted: 1,023 Freshman retention rate: 54

Contact Information Indiana University-East Richmond (765)973-8200 Admissions phone: (765)973-8208 Admissions fax: (785)973-8288 Web site: www.iue.indiana.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B

Business Management end Administrative Services Accounting: A, B Management & Administration: A, B Marketing: B

Communications Communications: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: A Integrated Information Management: B

Education Elementary Education: B Secondary Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Alcohol/Drug Abuse: C Nursing: A, B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Genera/Studies and Humanities General Studies: A, B

Mathematics Natural Sciences/Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Biology: A Chemistry: A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A, B

Psychology Behavioral Science-Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Human Services A Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Behavioral Science Sociology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Fine Arts B

Indiana University-Kokomo

Kokomo

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,326 Men: 27.9% Women: 72.1% Minorities: 118 International: 5 Students from out of state: 1%

Costs In-state tuition: $4,631 Out-of-state tuition: $11,021 In-state per-credit charge: $115 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $306 Other fees: $205

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/3 Application fee: $30

Other Admission Information Applications received: 680 Applications accepted: 590 Freshman retention rate: 59

Contact Information Indiana University-Kokomo Kokomo (765)453-2000 Admissions phone: (765)455-9510 Admissions fax: (765)455-9537 Web site: www.iuk.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business Studies: A Finance Economics: B General Administration: M Labor Studies: A, B Management & Administration: B Marketing: B

Communications Communication Arts: B Professional Communication: B

Computer and Information Sciences Information Systems: B

Education Elementary Education: B, M Secondary Education: M

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Spanish: C

Health Professions and Related Sciences Coding Technology: C Health and Aging: B Nursing: A, B Nursing-CC TRAN/LPN-AS: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: A, B Humanities: A. B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Biological & Physical Science: B

Protective Services Correctional Management & Supervision: C Criminal Justice: A, B

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Public Affairs: B

Social Sciences and History Social & Behavioral Science: B Sociology: B

Indiana University-Northwest

Gary

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree. Master's Degree, Specialist Degree Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 4,170 Men: 29.5% Women: 70.5% Minorities: 1,502 International: 9 Students from out of state: 1%

Costs In-state tuition: $4,706 Out-of-state tuition: $11,096 In-state per-credit charge: $115 Out of state per-credit charge: $306 Other fees: $256

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/1 Application fee: $25

Other Admission information Applications received: 1,392 Applications accepted: 1,045 Freshman retention rate: 63

Contact Information Indiana University Northwest Gary (219)980-6500 Admissions phone: (219)980-6991 Admissions fax; (219)981-4219 Web site: www.iun.edu

Programs of Study

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Afro/American Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Biology-BS-COAS: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accountancy: M Accounting: B, C Actuarial Science B Business Administration: A, B Labor Studies: C, A, B Management & Administrative Studies: M Nonprofit Management: C Public Management: C

Communications Organizational Communications: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: B. C

Education Elementary Education: B, M English Education: B Mathematics Education: B Secondary Education: B, M Social Studies: B Spanish Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Coding Technology: C Dental Hygiene: A Health Information Technology: A Health Services Management: B Medical Lab Technology: A Medical Technology: B Medical Transcription Technology: C Nursing: A, B Nursing -LPN: A Nursing -RN: B Phlebotomy: C Radiation Therapy: A Radiography: A Radiologic Sciences: B Respiratory Therapy: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Anthropology: A Chemistry: A Communication: A Computer Information Systems: A Fine Arts: A General Studies: A, B Mathematics: A Music: A Psychology A Sociology: A

Mathematics Mathematics B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Geology B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A, B Public Safety C

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Environment Affairs: A Environmental Policy: B Health Services Administration: M Human Services Administration: M Interpersonal Practice: M Macro Practice: M Management: B Public Administration: A Public Management: M

Social Sciences and History Economics: B History: B Political Science B Sociology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Fine Arts: B Theatre and Drama: B

Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus

Columbus

Level of study offered; Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $5,703 Out-of-state tuition: $14,886

Contact Information Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Columbus (812)348-7255 Admissions phone: (800)414-8782 Admissions fax: (812)348-7257 Web site: www.columbus.iupui.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Pre-Medicine: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Computer Technology: A Computer Technology-Commercial: A Computer Technology-Technical: A Food Services & Lodging Supervision: A Hospitality Management: B Human Resource Management: A, B Human Resource Management: B International Leadership: B Organizational Leadership & Supervision: A, B Restaurant & Hotel Management: A Supervision: A, B Technical Communications: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Technology: A, B Computer Technology-Business Track-BS-PU: B Computer Technology-Standard Track-BS-PU: B Computer Technology-Technology Track-BS-PU: B Information Technology: B

Engineering Biology: Engineering: B Chemical Engineering: B Civil Engineering: B Clinical Engineering: B Computer Engineering: B Electrical Engineering: B Energy Engineering: B Engineering Management: B General Engineering: B Industrial Engineering: B Industrial Operations: B Interdisciplinary Engineering: B Interdisciplinary Engineering: General Bachelor of Science-PU: B Interdisciplinary Engineering: Management Bachelor of Science-PU: B Interdisciplinary Engineering: Structural Design Bachelor of Science-PU: B Mechanical Engineering: B Medical Engineering: B Pre-Medical Engineering: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Biomedical Electronics Technology: A Civil Engineering Technology: A, B Clinical Lab Equipment Technology: B Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technology: A, B Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technology: Electronics Manufacturing-AS-PU: C Construction Management: B Construction Technology: B Construction Technology-ART/CNST: B Construction Technology ART/DES: B Construction Technology-CET/CNST: B Construction Technology-CET/DESBS-PU: B Construction Technology-CET/SURV-BS-PU: B Electrical Engineering Technology: A Electrical Technology: B Electronics Manufacturing: B Heat A/C Ref Technology: C Highway Technology: C Industrial Engineering Technology: A Industrial Technology: B Mechanical Drafting Design Technology: B Mechanical Engineering Technology: A Mechanical Technology: B Metallurgical Engineering Technology: A Pollution Control Technology: A Practical Industrial Electronics: C Quality Control Analyst: C Surveying: B Technical Drafting: C Vocational Industrial Technology: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Pre-Dentistry: B Radiography: A

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Physical Sciences Physics: B

Precision Production Trades Architectural Technology: A Computer Graphics Technology: B Construction Drafting: B Mechanical Drafting Design Technology: A Pre-Technical Graphics: A Technical Graphics: A

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration anti Services Labor Relations Analyst: C Labor Studies: C

Science Technologies Chemical I Technology: A Chemical P Technology: A

Visual and Performing Arts Interior Design: A Media Arts & Technology-AS: A

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 9,732 Men: 44.0% Women: 56.0% Minorities: 978 International: 12 Students from out of state: 5.5%

Costs In-state tuition: $5.312 Out-of-state tuition: $12,249 In-state per-credit charge: $145 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $338 Other fees: $390

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/1 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 2,471 Applications accepted: 2.395 Freshman retention rate: 67

Contact Information Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne Fort Wayne (260)481-6100 Admissions phone: (260)481-6812 Web site: www.ipfw.edu

Programs of Study

Agricultural Business And Production Extension Education: M

Architecture And Related Programs Interior Design: A

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Women's Studies: C, A, B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biological Sciences: M Biology: B Biology Teaching: B Gerontology: C Pre-Dentistry: B Pre-Medicine: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B, C Business Administration: A, M Business Administration Economics & Public Policy: B Finance: B General Administration: M Hospitality Management: B Hotel, Restaurant, & Tourism Management: A Labor Studies: C, A, B Management & Administration: B Marketing: B Operations Technology: A Organizational Leadership: A, B Personnel: B Public Management: C Supervision: Office Administration Option: A Supervisory Leadership: C

Communications Interpersonal & Organizational Communications: B Media & Public Communications: B Professional Communication Studies: M Radio & TV Concentration: B Speech Teaching: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Architecture: C Computer Networking: C Computer Science: A, B, M Data Base Systems: C Data Processing: C Information Systems: A, B Programming: C Software Engineering: C

Education Choral Teaching: B Choral-General Teaching: B Counseling: M Dental Health Education: B Early Childhood Education: A Elementary Education: B, M English Education: B English Teaching: B French Education: B General Science Education: B General Science Teaching: B German Teaching: B Instrumental Teaching: B Piano Pedagogy: C School Administration: M Science Education: B Secondary Education: B, M Secondary Education Earth Science Teaching: B Social Studies: B Social Studies Teaching: B Spanish Education B Teaching Area: B

Engineering Electrical Engineering: B Mechanical Engineering: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Advanced Microprocessors: C Civil Engineering Technology: A Computer Controlled System: C Construction Engineering Technology: B Electrical Engineering Technology: A, B Electronic Communications: C Industrial Engineering Technology: A, B Mechanical Engineering Technology: A, B Mechanical Technology Manufacturing: B Power Electronic Systems: C Quality: C

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B, M

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: Major: B German: Major: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Activities Therapies: C Clinical Lab Science: B Coding Technology: C Critical Care Nursing: C Dental Assisting: C Dental Hygiene: A Dental Laboratory Technology: A Health Information Technology: A Health Services Management: B Human Services: A Medical Technology: B Music Therapy: B Nursing: A, B, M Radiography: A Social Service: C Speech & Hearing Therapy: B Substance Abuse Services: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Biology: A English: A French: A General Studies: A, B German: A History: A Liberal Studies: M Mathematics: A Native American Studies: C Peace & Conflict Studies: C Psychology: A Spanish: A

Mathematics Math Operations Research: B Mathematics: B, M Mathematics Teaching: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Independent Learning: B Peace/Conflict Studies: C

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: A, B, M Chemistry Teaching: B General Science: B Geology: B Physics: B Physics Teaching: B Pre-Dentistry: CHM: B Pre-Medicine: CHM: B

Precision Production Trades Architectural Engineering Technology: A Certificate in Drafting: C Computer Aided Drafting: C

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A, B Specialized Study: A

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Criminal Justice: B Emergency Services Administration: A Health Services Administration: B Health Systems Administration: M Legal Studies: B Management: B Management/Public Affairs: M Public Administration: A Public Affairs: C Public Health: C Specialized Study: B

Science Technologies Chemical Methods: A

Social Sciences and History American Studies: C Anthropology: B Economics: B Ethnic & Cultural Studies: C Gerontology: C History: B International Affairs: C Political Science: B Sociological Practice: M Sociology: B Urban Studies: C

Visual and Performing Arts Commercial Art: A Computer Art: B Crafts: B Drawing: B Fine Arts: B Fine Arts: Crafts: B Fine Arts: Graphic Design: B Fine Arts: Painting: B Fine Arts: Painting: B Fine Arts: Sculpture: B Graphic Design: B Music: B Music Theatre: B Orchestral Instrument: B Photography: B Piano: B Piano Accompanying: B Printmaking: B Theatre: B Theatre Teaching: B Voice: B

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree. Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree. Doctorate, First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 20,416 Men: 40.6% Women: 59,4% Minorities: 3,030 International: 265 Students from out of state: 2%

Costs In-state tuition: $5.929 Out-of-state tuition: $15,766 In-state per-credit charge: $139 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $433 Other fogs: $353

Admission Requirements Application fee: $45 Electronic application evadable

Other Admission Information Applications received: 5,744 Applications accepted: 4,309 Freshman retention rate: 63

Contact Information Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Indianapolis (317)274-4591 Admissions phone: (317)274-4591 Admissions fax: (317)278-1862 Web site: www.iupui.edu

Programs of Study

Agricultural Business And Production Plant & Management Handling: C

Architecture And Related Programs Environmental Planning: M Urban Development Planning: M

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biological Sciences: M Biology: B Biology Education: B Cytotechnology: B Gerontology: C Microbiology: B Pre Pt-Biology: B Pre-Medicine: B Pre-Pharmacy: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B, M Business Administration Foundations: C Computer Information Systems: B Computer Science: A Computer Technology: A Finance: B, M Finance: Real Estate: B General Administration: M Human Resource Management: B Labor Studies: C, B Management B Marketing: B Marketing/Distribution/Management: B Nonprofit Management: C Organizational Leadership: B Philanthropic Studies: M, D Public Management: C Restaurant & Hotel Management: A Supervision: A, B Tourism/convection/Event Management B

Communications Applied Communications: M Communication Studies: B Communication Studies-Communication Arts: B Communication Studies-Organizational Communications: B Communication Studies-Telecommunications: B Communication Studies-Theatre Arts: B Journalism: B

Computer and Information Sciences Applied Computer Science: B Computer Applications: B Computer Information Science: B Computer & Information Sciences: M Computer Science: B

Education Adult Education: M Art Education: B, M Counseling: Counselor Education: M Early Childhood Education: A, B Elementary Education: B, M English Education: B Health Sciences Education: B, M Language Education: M Physical Education: M Physical Education: Exercise Science: B Physical Education: General Physical Education: B Physical Education: Teacher Education: B School Administration: M Secondary Education: B, M Social Studies: B Special Education: M Speech, Communications & Theater Education: B

Engineering Biomedical Engineering Program: M Electrical & Computer Engineering: M Electrical Engineering: B Hazardous Materials Management: C Interdisciplinary Engineering: M Mechanical Engineering: B, M

Engineering-Related Technologies Computer Engineering Technology: A, B Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technology, A Heat A/C Ref Technology: C Mechanical Engineering Technology: A

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B, M

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B Spanish: B, M

Health Professions and Related Sciences Acute Care Nurse Practitioner: M Administrative Academic Nurse Prog: D Adult Heaalth Clinical Nurse Specialty: M Adult Psychiatric Nurse: M American Sign Language/English Interpreting: C, B Anatomy: D Behavioral Health Science: M Biochemistry: M, D Child/Adolescent Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse: M Clinical Lab Science: B Clinical Research: M Community Health Nursing: M Cytotechnology: B Dental Hygiene: A Dental Science: D Dental Surgery: D Dentist: D Endodontics: M Environmental Health: M Environmental Science & Health: B Epidemiology: M Family Nurse Practitioner: M Health Administration: M Health Administration: Public Health: B Health Information Administration: B Health Policy/Management: M Health Services Management: B Health Systems Management: C Histotechnology: C, A Medical Genetics: M, D Medical hogging Tech: B Medical Neurobiology: M, D Medical Science: M Medicine: D Mental Health Technology: A Microbiology & Immunology: M, D Nuclear Medicine: B Nurse Adults: M Nursing: B Nursing Administration: M Nursing BS -RN: B Nursing Science: D Nursing Synthesis: D Nursing-ASN -LPN: A Nursing-Associate: A Nutrition & Dietetics: M Occupational Therapy: B Operative Dentistry: M Orthodontics: M Paramedic Science: A Pathology: M, D Pediatric Dentistry: M Periodontics: M Pharmacology: M, D Physical Therapy: B Physiology: M, D Practitioner Nurse Practitioner: M Pre-Dentistry: B Preventive Dentistry: M Primary Health Care: M Prosthodontics: M Public Health: C Public Health: Dent Hygiene: B Radiation Therapy Technology: B Radiography: A Respiratory Therapy: B Toxicology M Women's Health: M

Law and Legal Studies Law: D Paralegal Studies: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Arts& Humanities: A General Studies: C, A, B Social & Behavioral Sciences: A

Library Science Information Science: M Library Science: M

Mathematics Applied Mathematics: B Math-Computer Science: B Math-Operations Research: B Mathematics: B, M Mathematics Education: B Mathematics Teaching: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Bioinformatics: M Chemical Informatics: M Chemical Informatics- Laboratory Informatics Track: M Health Informatics: M Health Information Administration: B Human Computer Interaction: M Informatics: B Media Arts and Science: B, M Media Arts and Technology: A

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Museum Studies: C

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Astrophysics: B Chemistry: A, B, M Chemistry Teaching: B Geology: B, M Physics: B, M Physics Education: B Physics Honors: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A, B Psychology industrial Psychology: B

Psychology: B, M Rehabilitation Psychology: B, D

Public Administration and Services Case Management: C Civic Leadership: B Criminal Justice: B, M Environmental Affairs: A Environmental Management: M Management: B Nonprofit Management: M Policy Analysis: M Public Administration: A Public Financial Administration: B Public Management: M Social Work: B, M Sociology: M Specialized Study: B Urban Affairs: B

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B Economics: B, M Geographic Information Systems: M Geography: B History: B, M Political Science: B Sociology: B

Visual and Performing Arts An History: B Ceramics: B Fine Arts: B, M Fine Arts -BFA/MFA: B Furniture Design: B Music Technology: M Painting: B Photography: B Printmaking: B Sculpture: B Visual Communications: B

Indiana University-South Bend

South Bend Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree. Specialist Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 5,702 Men: 36.7% Women: 63.3% Minorities: 524 International: 157 Students from out of state: 3%

Costs In-state tuition: $4.754 Out-of-state tuition: $11,825 In-state per-credit charge: $118 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $329 Other fees: $240

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 7/1 Application fee: $40

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,475 Applications accepted: 1,181 Freshman retention rate: 64

Contact Information Indiana University-South Bend South Bend (574)237-4839 Admissions phone: (574)237-4839 Admissions fax: (574)237-4834 Web site: www.iusb.edu

Programs of Study

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies International Studies: C Women's Studies: B

Biologics/Sciences/Life Sciences Biological Sciences: A, B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B, M Actuarial Science: B Business: A Labor Studies: C, B Management: B Management & Administration: B Management & Administrative Studies: M Marketing: B Marketing: Advertising: B Personal & Industrial Relations: B

Communications Mass Communications: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: A, B Fine Arts: C

Education Counseling/Human Services: M Early Childhood Education: A Elementary Education: B, M Secondary Education: B, M Social Studies: B Special Education: B, M

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B Speech Communication: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Dental Hygiene: A Health Services Management: C, B Nursing: B Nursing--RN: B Nursing-Assoc: A Radiography: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies end Humanities General Studies: A Liberal Studies: M Mathematics: A Philosophy: A Political Science: A Psychology: A Sociology: A

Mathematics Applied Mathematics and Computer Science: M Mathematics: B, M

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: A, B Physics: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A, B Public Safety: C

Psychology Applied Psychology: M Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Criminal Justice Administration and Policy: M Environmental Affairs: A Environmental Policy: B Health Services Management: B Health Systems Administration & Policy: M Legal Studies: B Management: B Public Affairs: Communications Services Administration/Policy: M Social Work: M Specialized Study: M

Social Sciences and History Economics: B History: B Sociology: B Theatre: B

Visual and Performing Arts Cello: A, M Composition: B Electronic Media B Fine Arts: B, M Graphic Design: B Piano: B, M Saxophone: B Studio Teaching: M Theatre: B

Indiana University-Southeast

New Albany

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 5,440 Men: 37.4% Women: 62.6% Minorities: 252 International: 14 Students from out of state: 17%

Costs In-state tuition: $4.672 Out of-state tuition: $11,062 In-state per-credit charge: $115 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $306 Other fees: $242

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 7/15 Application fee: $30

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,256 Applications accepted: 1,120 Freshman retention rate: 69

Contact Information Indiana University-Southeast New Albany (812)941-2000 Admissions phone: (812)941-2212 Web site: www.ius.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology; B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A, B Business: A Business Administration: M Business Economics & Public Policy: B Finance: B General Business: C General Management: B Information Operations Management: B Marketing: B

Communications Communication: Speech: B Communication: Theatre: B Journalism: A, B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: A, B Information Systems: B

Education Counseling: M Elementary Education: B, M English Education: B Mathematics Education: B Secondary Education: B, M Social Studies: B Special Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Clinical Lab Science: B Coding Technology: C Medical Transcription Technology: C Nursing: B Nursing -RN; B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: A, B Liberal Studies: A, M Psychology: A Sociology: A Spanish: A

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Recreation Leadership: A

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

Psychology Broadcast Media: B

Social Sciences and History Economies: B Geography: B History: B International Studies: B Political Science: B Sociology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Fine Arts: B Music: B

Indiana Wesleyan University

Marion

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 4.898 Men: 37.0% Women: 63.0% Minorities: 554 International: 51 Students from out of state: 20%

Costs In-state tuition: $15,204 Out-of-state tuition: $15,204 In-state per-credit charge: $482 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $482

Admission Requirements Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 2,577 Applications accepted: 2,315

Contact Information Indiana Wesleyan University Marian (765)674-6901 Admissions phone: (765)677-2138 Admissions fax: (785)677-2333 Web site: www.indwes.edu

Programs of Study

Area, Ethnic And Cultural/ Studies Intercultural Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Biology Education Pre-Medicine: B Biology Pre-Medicine: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business: B Business Administration: B, M Business Information Systems: B Finance: B Management: B, M Marketing: C, B Organizational Leadership: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer information Systems: B Computer Science B

Education Art Education: B Biology Education: B Biology, General Education Learning Disabled: C Chemistry Education: B Education--Elementary: B Education (MED): B English Education: B Exceptional Needs Education: B Math Education: B Music Education: B Pre-Art Education: C Pre-Biology Education: C Pre-Chemistry Education: C Pre-Music Education: C Pre-Physical Education Education Requirement: C Pro Social Studies Education: C Pre-Special Education Mild Disabilities: C Pro Special Education Mild Mentally Handicapped: C Pre-Special Education Severely Emotionally Handicapped: C Secondary Education Need Subject Area: B Social Studies Education: B Special Ed-Need Area: B Special Education-Learning Disabled: C, B Special Education-Mild Disabilities: C, B Special Education-Mildly Mentally Handicapped: C, B Special Education-Need Area: C Special Education Serious Emotionally Handicapped: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B Writing: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Pre-Special Education Mildly Mentally Handicap: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Addictions Counseling: B Athletic Training-Pre-Medicine: B Community Counseling: B, M Community Health Nursing: B, M Marriage/Family Counsel: B, M Math Pre-Medicine: B Medical Laboratory Tech: B Medical Technology: B Music Pre-Medicine: B Nursing: B Pre--Art Therapy: C Pre-Addiction Counseling: C Pre-Nursing: C Primary Core Nursing: M Special Education-Serious Emotionally Handicapped: C Wellness Pre-Medicine: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Science Education: B Special Education-Need Area: C

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Athletic Training: B Exercise Science: B Health Promotion/Wellness: G Recreation Management: B Sports Management: B Wellness Management: B

Philosophy and Religion Religion/Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Chemistry Pre-Medicine: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Pre-Social Work: C Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Economics: B Political Science: B Political Science/Pre-Law: B Pre-Special Education-Severely Emotionally Handicapped: B Social Studies: B Sociology B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Adolescent Ministries: B Biblical Literature: B Christian Education: B Christian Ministries: B Christian Studies: B Church Music: B Pre-Adolescent Ministries: C Pre-Christian Education: C Pre-Christian Ministries: C

Visual and Performing Arts Applied Music: B Art: B Art Studio: B Ceramics: B Computer Graphics: B Illustration: B Photography: B Pre-Music: C Pre-Social Studies Education: B Pre-Special Education Mild Mentally Handicap: B

ITT Technical Institute--Evansville

Newburgh

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $16,704 Out-of-state tuition: $16,704 In-state per-credit charge: $348 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $348 Other fees: $400

Admission Requirements Application fee: $100

Contact Information ITT Technical Institute--Evansville Area Newburgh (812)858-1600 Admissions phone: (812)858-1600 Web site: www.itt-tech.edu

Programs of Study Computer And Electronics Engineering Technology: A Computer Grafting And Design: A Data Communication Systems Technology: B Digital Entertainment & Game Design: B Electronics And Communications Engineering Technology B Industrial Automation Engineering Technology: B Information Systems Security: B Information Technology--Computer Network Systems: A Information Technology--Multimedia: A Information Technology--Software Applications And Programming: A Information Technology--Web Development: A Software Engineering Technology: B Technical Project Management: B

ITT Technical Institute--Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $16,704 Out-of-state tuition: $16,704 In-state per-credit charge: $348 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $348 Other fees: $400

Admission Requirements Application fee: $100

Contact Information ITT Technical Institute--Fort Wayne Fort Wayne (260)484-4107 Admissions phone: (260)484-4107 Web site: www.itt-tech.edu

Programs of Study Business Accounting Technology: B Business Administration: B Computer And Electronics Engineering Technology: A Computer Drafting And Design: A Criminal Justice: B Data Communication Systems Technology: B Digital Entertainment & Game Design: B Electronics And Communications Engineering Technology: B Industrial Automation Engineering Technology: B Industrial Design: B Information Systems Security: B Information Technology--Computer Network Systems: A Information Technology--Multimedia: A Information Technology - Software Applications And Programming: A Information Technology Web Development: A Software Engineering Technology: B Technical Project Management: B

ITT Technical Institute--Indianapolis

Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelors Degree. Master's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $16,704 Out-of-state tuition: $16,704 In-state per-credit charge: $348 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $348 Other fees: $400

Admission Requirements Application fee: $100

Contact Information ITT Technical Institute--Indianapolis Indianapolis (317)875-8640 Admissions phone: (317) 875-8640 Web site: www.itt-tech.edu

Programs of Study Business Accounting Technology (On-Site Program): B Business Accounting Technology (On-Site Program): A, B Business Administration (On-Site Program): B Business Administration (Online Program): A, B, M Computer And Electronics Engineering Technology: A Computer Drafting And Design: A

Computer Visualization Technology: B Criminal Justice (On Site Program): D Criminal Justice (Online Program): A, B Bate Communication Systems Technology: B Digital Entertainment & Game Design: B Electronics And Communications Engineering Technology: B Industrial Automation Engineering Technology: B Information Systems Security (On-Site Program): B Information Systems Security (Online Program): B Information Technology--Computer Network Systems. A Information technology--Multimedia: A Information Technology--Software Applications And Programming A Information Technology--Web Development: A Software Engineering Technology: B Technical Project Management (On-Site Program): B Technical Project Management (Online Program): B

Degrees Legend: C=Certificate A=Associate's B=Bachelor's M=Master's P=Professional S=Specialist D=Doctorate

Ivy Tech State College-Anderson a Community College of Indiana partner

Anderson

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $2,489 Out-of-state tuition: $4.931

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0 Electronic application available

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College Anderson Anderson (765)643-7133 or (888)489-5463 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/Anderson

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Communications Technologies Apprenticeship Technology Telecommunications Technicians: C. A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: .C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Dental Assistant: C Medical Assistant: C, A Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts - English. History. Liberal Arts. Philosophy. Political Science. Pre-Law. Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker C, A

Public Administration and Services Human Services: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Bloomington

Bloomington

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Bloomington Bloomington (812)332-1559 Admissions phone: (812)332-1559 (888)IVY-LINE Web site: www.bloomington.ivytech.edu/ivytech

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology (Construction Craft Laborers): C, A Apprenticeship Technology (Laborers): C, A industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Health Professions end Related Sciences Associate of Science in Nursing: A Human Services: A Practical Nursing: C

Law and Legal Studies Paralegal: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology. Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A Vocational Home Economics Early Childhood Education: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Columbus

Columbus

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total; 3,033 Men: 426% Women: 57.4% Minorities: 105 International: 18

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out of state tuition: $4,931 In-state per-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 51

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Columbus Columbus (812)322-9925 Admissions phone: (812)372-9925 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/columbus

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology (Bricklayers): C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Dental Assistant: C Medical Assistant: C, A Practical Nursing: C Radiologic Technology: A Surgical Technology: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology; A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic - Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C. A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Visual and Performing Arts Visual Communications A

Ivy Tech State College-East Chicago a Community/College of Indiana partner

East Chicago

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College East Chicago East Chicago (800)843-4882 or (888)489-5463 Admissions phone: (219)392-3600 or (888)489-5463 Web site: www.garyivytech.edu

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting A Hospitality Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer information Systems C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A Construction Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts - English, History, Liberal Arts. Philosophy, Political Science. Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Personal and Miscellaneous Services Mortuary Science: A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Elkhart

Elkhart

Costs In-state tuition: $2.469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Elkhart Elkhart (574)293-4657 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/southbend/elkhart/index.html

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting; A Business Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics end Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A Recreational Vehicle Service Technology: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Evansville a Community College of Indiana partner

Evansville

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Evansville Evansville (812)425-2865 or (888)489-5463 Admissions phone: (812)426-2965 or (888)489-5463 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/evansville

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Communications Technologies Apprenticeship Technology: Telecommunications Technician: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Telecommunications Technicians; C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Carpenters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Painters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Human Services: A Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing: A Paramedic Science: A Practical Nursing: C Surgical Technology: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts--English. History. Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Pro-Law. Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: A industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Industrial Mechanic: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic - Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A Industrial Technology: C. A

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology: ironworkers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Millwrights: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Workers: C, A Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Transportation end Materials Moving Workers Apprenticeship Technology: Operating Engineers: C, A

Visual and Performing Arts Interior Design: A Visual Communications: A

Ivy Tech State College-Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 3,265 Men: 46.0% Women: 54.0% Minorities: 353 International: 30 Students from out of state: 1%

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 In-state per-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 60

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne (260)482-9171 Admissions phone: (260)482-9171 Admissions fax: (260)480-4177 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/FortWayne

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: C, A Hospitality Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Communications Technologies Apprenticeship Technology: Telecommunications Technicians: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A Construction Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A Public Safety: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Human Services: C, A Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing: A Practical Nursing: C Respiratory Care: C, A

Law and Legal Studies Paralegal: A

Liberal Arts end Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: A industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Workers: C, A Design Technology: C, A industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Gary a Community Collage of Indiana partier Gary

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 9.557 In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Gary Gary (219)981-1111 or (888)489-5463 Admissions phone: (219)981-1111 or (888)489-5463 Web site: www.garyivyech.edu

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A Business Administration: C, A Hospitality Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Carpenters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Telecommunications Technician: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A Public Safety: C, A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Associate of Science in Nursing: A Human Services: via Distance Education: A Physical Therapist Assistant: A Practical Nursing: C

Law and Legal Studies Paralegal: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts Undesignated: A Mechanics and Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Ironworkers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Workers: C, A Design Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Indianapolis a Community College of Indiana partner Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 18.298

Costs In-state tuition: $2.469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Indianapolis Indianapolis (317)921-4800 or (888)489-5463 Admissions phone: (317)921-4800 or (888)489-5463 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/indianapolis

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A Business Administration: A Hospitality Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Communications Apprenticeship Technology: Telecommunications Technician: C, A

Communications Technologies Apprenticeship Technology: Telecommunications Technicians: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Carpenters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Painters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Sprinkler Fitters: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A Public Safety: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Human Services: A Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing: A Occupational Therapy Assistant: A Practical Nursing: C Radiologic Technology: A Respiratory Care: A Surgical Technology: A

Law and Legal Studies Paralegal: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts--English, History Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Pro-Law, Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Ironworkers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Millwrights: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Workers: C, A Design Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A Machine Tool Technology: A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A

Visual end Performing Arts Visual Communications: A

Ivy Tech State College-Kokomo Kokomo

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,495 Men: 45.4% Women: 54.6% Minorities: 102 International: 1

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 In-state per-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 53

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Kokomo Kokomo (765)459-0561 Admissions phone: (765)459-0561 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/kokomo

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians; C, A Construction Technology: C Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing: A Paramedic Science: A Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Goners/Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology; Stationary Power Plant Operator C, A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A

Ivy Tech State College-Lafayette a Community College of Indiana partner Lafayette

Costs In-state tuition: $2.469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Lafayette Lafayette (800)6694882 or (765)772-9100 Admissions phone: (800)669-1882 or (765)772-910O Web site: www.laf.ivy.tec.in.us

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Carpenters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electrical Lineman: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Technology; C, A Quality Science: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Dental Assistant: C Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing: A Practical Nursing: C Respiratory Care: C, A Surgical Technology: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts--English, History, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Rant Operator C, A

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Ironworkers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Workers: C, A Design Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Make C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Lawrenceburg Lawrenceburg

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Lawrenceburg Lawrenceburg (812)537-4010 Admissions phone: (800)715-1058 OR (888)489-5463 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/lawrenceburg

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: A

Education Early Childhood Development: C, A Industrial Technology: A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Assistant: C, A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: A

Ivy Tech State College-Logansport Logansport

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $134

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Applications received: 550 Applications accepted: 550

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Logansport Logansport (574)753-5101 Admissions phone: (574)753-5101 or (800)459-0561 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/Loganspert/index.html

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C Business Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Communications Technologies Visual Communications: A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology (Laborers): C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Industrial Technology C, A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Make C, A

Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker C, A

Ivy Tech State College Madison Madison

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,144 Men: 28.4% Women: 71.6% Minorities: 22 Students from out of state: 2%

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 In-state per-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 55

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Madison Madison (912)265-2580 Admissions phone: (812)265-2580 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/madison

Program of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Human Services: C Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing: A Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: A

Vocational Home Economics Child Development (via Distance Education): C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Marion a Community College of Indiana partner Marion

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0 Electronic application available

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Marion Marion (888)489-5463 or (765)662-9843 Admissions phone: (800)554-1159 or (888)489-5463 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/marion

Program of Study Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A Business Administration: A Office Administration: A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Assistant: C, A Radiologic Technology: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts--English, History, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics end Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwrigth: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: U, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C A

Public Administration and Services Human Services: g. A

Ivy Tech State College-Michigan City a Community College of Indiana partner Michigan City

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Michigan City Michigan City

Admissions phone: (219)879 9137 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/gary

Programs of Study Business Management and Administrative Services Hospitality Administration: A

Construction Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Assistant: C, A Respiratory Care: C, A Surgical Technology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Muncie a Community @liege of Indiana partner Muncie

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 9,063

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0 Electronic application available

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College Muncie Muncie (809]589-8324 or (888)489-5463 Admissions phone: (755)289-2291 or (888)489 5463 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/muncie

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A Business Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Carpenters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A Construction Technology C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Human Services: A Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing A Physical Therapist Assistant A Practical Nursing: C Surgical Technology: A

Law and Legal Studies Paralegal A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts English, History, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Rant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A

Public Administration and Services Human Services: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Richmond Richmond

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,123 Men: 35.5% Women: 64.5% Minorities: 49 Students from out of state: 3%

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out of state tuition: $4,931 In state per-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 57

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Richmond Richmond (765)96g-2656 Admissions phone: (765)966-2656 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/richmond

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: A Office Administration C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Construction Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing Technology: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Assistant: A Nursing: A Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Sheet Metal Worker C A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Sellersburg Sellersburg

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,737 Men: 42.9% Women: 57.1% Minorities: 107 International: 2 Students from out of state: 30%

Costs In state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 In-state pre-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state pre-credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 59

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Sellersburg Sellersburg (812)246-3301 Admissions phone: (812)246-3301 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/sellersburg

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: C, A Office Administration: C, A

Communications Technologies Apprenticeship Technology: Telecommunications Technicians: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Human Services: C, A Medical Assistant: C, A Nursing: A Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A Industrial Technology: C, A

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker C, A Design Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Visual and Performing Arts Visual Communications: A

Ivy Tech State College-South Bend South Bend

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,617 Men: 47.5% Women: 52.5% Minorities: 377 International: 36 Students from out of state: 1%

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 In-state per-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state per credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 58

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College South Bend South Bend (574)289 7001 Admissions phone: (574)209-7001 Admissions fax: (574)236-7181 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/SouthBend

Programs of Study Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: C, A Hospitality Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Communications Apprenticeship Technology (Telecommunications technician): C, A

Communications Technologies Apprenticeship Technology (Telecommunications Technicians): C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology (Bricklayers): C, A Apprenticeship Technology (Carpenters): C, A Apprenticeship Technology (Electricians): C, A Apprenticeship Technology (Plumbers and Pipefitters) C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Child Development: A Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing end Industrial Technology: C, A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Assistant: C, A Medical Laboratory Technician: A Nursing: A Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A Industrial Technology: C, A

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology (Ironworkers): C, A Apprenticeship Technology (Millwrights): C, A Apprentices p Technology (Sheet Metal Workers]: C, A Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A

Visual and Performing Arts Interior Design: A Visual Communications: A

Ivy Tech State college-Terre Haute Terre Haute

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,728 Men: 46.1% Women: 53.9% Minorities: 148 International: 5 Students from out of state: 2%

Costs In state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931 In-state per-credit charge: $73 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $148 Other fees: $50

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 53

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Terre Haute Terre Haute (812)299-1121 Admissions phone: (812)299-1121 Web site: www.ivytech7.cc.in.us

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C, A Business Administration: A Office Administration: C, A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: A

Construction Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Bricklayers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Carpenters: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A Public Safety: C, A Quality Science: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Human Services: A Medical Assistant: C, A Medical Laboratory Technician: A Nursing: A Paramedic Science: A Practical Nursing: C Radiologic Technology: A Respiratory Care: A Surgical Technology: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Aircraft Maintenance Technology: A Automotive Technology: C, A Avionics Technology: C Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A Personal and Miscellaneous Services Barbering Technology: C

Precision Production Trades Apprenticeship Technology: Ironworkers: C, A Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Workers: C, A Design Technology: A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Transportation and Materials Moving Workers Apprenticeship Technology: Operating Engineers: Cr A

Visual and Performing Arts Visual Communications: A

Ivy Tech State College-Valparaiso a Community College of Indiana partner Valparaiso

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Valparaiso Valparaiso (888)499-5463 Admissions phone: (219)464-8514 or (888)489-5463 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/gary

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A Business Administration: C, A Office Administration: A

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Engineering-Related Technologies Electronics Technology: A Manufacturing and Industrial Technology: C, A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Practical Nursing: C

Law and Legal Studies Paralegal: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C Liberal Arts English, History, Liberal Arts, Philosophy Political Science, Pro Law, Psychology, and Sociology: A

Mechanics and Repairers Automotive Technology: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Design Technology: B Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Ivy Tech State College-Warsaw Warsaw

Costs In-state tuition: $2,469 Out-of-state tuition: $4,931

Contact Information Ivy Tech State College-Warsaw Warsaw (574)267-5428 Web site: www.ivytech.edu/southbend/warsaw/index.html

Programs of Study Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: C Business Administration: C Office Administration: C

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: C, A

Construction Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Electricians: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Facilities Maintenance: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Plumbers and Pipefitters: C, A

Education Early Childhood Education: C, A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Technical Studies: C

Mechanics and Repairers Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Heating/Ventilation/AC: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mechanic--Gas and Electric: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Stationary Power Plant Operator: C, A

Precision Production Trades Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Machine Repair: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Millwright: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Mold/Die Maker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Pattern Repairer: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Sheet Metal Worker: C, A Industrial Apprenticeship Technology: Tool Maker: C, A

Keller Graduate School of Management-Indianapolis Indianapolis

Level of study offered; Master's Degree

Costs In-state per-credit charge: $502 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $502

Contact information Keller Graduate School of Management-Indianapolis Indianapolis (317)581-8854 Admissions phone: (888)513-3879 Admissions fax: (317)581-8955

Programs of Study Accounting & Financial Management: M Business Administration M Human-Resource Management: M Information-Systems Management: M Network & Communications Management: M Project Management: M Public Administration: M

Keller Graduate School of Management-Merrillville Merrillville

Level of study offered: Master's Degree

Costs In-state per-credit charge: $528 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $528

Contact Information Keller Graduate School of Management-Merrillville Merrillville (219)730-7440 Admissions phone: (219)736-7440 Admissions fax: (219)736-7874

Programs of Study Accounting & Financial Management: M Business Administration: M Human Resource Management: M Information Systems Management: M Network & Communications Management: M Project Management: M Public Administration: M

Manchester College North Manchester

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,065 Men: 48.4% Women: 51.6% Minorities: 73 International: 40 Students from out of state: 12%

Costs

In-state tuition: $18,060 Out-of-state tuition: $18,060 In-state per-credit charge: $530 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $530 Other fees: $100

Admission Requirements Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,114 Applications accepted: 885

Contact Information Manchester College North Manchester (260)982-5000 Admissions phone: (260)982-5055 Admissions fax: (260)982-5043 Web site: www.manchester.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Academic Biology with Teaching Certificate: S Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business: M Business Administration: B Corporate Finance: B Finance: B Financial Accounting: B International Business: B Managerial Accounting: B Nonprofit Management: B

Communications Academic Communications with Teaching Certificate: S Broadcast Media: M Communication Studies: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Applications: M Computer Science: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Studies: B

Education 5-12 Biology: B 5-12 Chemistry: B 5-12 Economics: B 5-12 English: B 5-12 French: B 5-12 General Science: B 5-12 German: B 5-12 Government: B 5-12 Mathematics: B 5-12 Physical Education: B 5-12 Physics: B 5-12 Psychology: B 5-12 Sociology: B 5-12 Spanish: B 5-l2 Speech Communication Theater: B 5-12 U.S. History: B 5-12 Visual Arts: B 5-12 World Civilization: B 5-9 Business Education Primary: B 5-9 Home Economics: B 5-9 Junior High Middle School: B 5-9 Language Arts Primary: B 5-9 Mathematics Primary: B 5-9 Science Primary: B 5-9 Social Studies Primary: B Academic Chemistry with Teaching Certificate: S Academic English with Teaching Certificate: S Academic Health and Physical Education with Teaching Certificate: S Academic History with Teaching Certificate: S Academic Major with Teaching Certificate: S Academic Physics with Teaching Certificate: S Early Childhood Education: M Elementary Education: B Elementary Education Government: B Elementary Education Mathematics: B Elementary Education (Non-teaching): B Elementary Education Physics: B Elementary Education Psychology: B Elementary Education Sociology: B Elementary Education Spanish: B Elementary Education Speech Communication Theater: B Home Economics (consumer/Homemaking): B K-12 Music (area): B K-12 Music (choral): B K-12 Music (instrumental): B K-12 Physical Education: B K-12 Visual Arts: B Secondary Education: B Secondary Education Biology: B Secondary Education Business (Bookkeeping): B Secondary Education Chemistry: B Secondary Education Economics: B Secondary Education English: B Secondary Education French: B Secondary Education General Science: B Secondary Education German: B Secondary Education Physical Education: B Secondary Education (Secretariat): B Secondary Education U.S. History: B Secondary Education Visual Arts: B Secondary Education Wood Civilization: B Special Education MIME: B

Engineering Engineering Science: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B English-Literature: M English-Writing: M

Foreign Languages and Literatures Academic Spanish with Teaching Certificate: S French: B German: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Biology-Chemistry: B Medical Technology: B

Home Economics Gerontology: B Home Economics: B, M

Mathematics Academic Mathematics with Teaching Certificate: S Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary: B Peace Studies: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Athletic Training: B Exercise Science: B Health and Physical Education: B Physical Education: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Religion: B, M

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Physics: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B, M

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Economics: B History: B Political Science: B Sociology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Church Ministry: M

Visual and Performing Arts Academic Musical with Teaching Certificate: S Associate of Arts-Art: M Music: B

Marian College Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,318 Men: 23.1% Women: 76.9% Minorities: 199 International: 29 Students from out of state: 7%

Costs In-state tuition $18,240 Out-of-state tuition: $18,240 In-stats per-credit charge: $200 Out of state per-credit charge: $700 Other fees: $580 0n-campus room and beard: $5,600

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/15 Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 838 Applications accepted: 639

Contact Information Marian College Indianapolis (317)955-6000 Admissions phone: (317)955-6300 Web site: www.marian.edu

Programs of Study Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A, B Business Administration: A, B Finance: B Management Information Systems: A, B

Communications Communications: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Studies: A

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Management: B Environmental Studies: B

Education Early Childhood Education: B Education: B Health and Physical Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B German: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Nursing: A Nursing LPN: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B Mathematics and Computer Science: R

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Sport Management: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B

Protective Services Social Justice: B

Psychology Psychology: A, B

Science Technologies Chemistry Technician: A

Social Sciences and History Economics: B History: A, B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Pastoral Leadership: A, B Religious Education: A, B Theology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art: A, B Art History: B Music: A, B Music, General: B

Martin University Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Bachelors Degree, Master's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 569 Men: 28.6% Women: 71.4% Minorities: 493 International: 11

Costs In state tuition: $10,970 Out-of-state tuition: $10,970 In-state per-credit charge: $325 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $325 Other fees: $120

Admission Requirements Application fee: $25

Contact Information Martin University Indianapolis (317)543-3235 Admissions phone: (317)543-3238 Admissions fax: (317)543-3257 Web site: www.martin.edu

Programs of Study Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Afro-American (Black) Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biological Sciences/Life Sciences, Other: B Biology, General: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business Administration & Management, Gen.: B Human Resources Management: B Insurance and Risk Management: B Marketing: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Science: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Computer Engineering Technologist/Technician: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Humanities/Humanistic Studies: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Philosophy and Religion Religion/Religious Studies: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice Studies: B

Psychology Psychology, General: B

Social Sciences and History History, General: B Humanities Exchange: B Political Science General: B Sociology: B

Oakland City University Oakland City

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctorate, First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,258 Men: 49.8% Women: 50.2% Minorities. 173 International: 1 Students from out of state: 23%

Costs In-state tuition $12,600 Out-of-state tuition: $12,600 In-state per-credit charge: $383 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $383 Other fees: $320

Admission Requirements Application fee: $35

Other Admission Information Applications received: 332 Applications accepted: 332

Contact Information Oakland City University (812)249-4281 Admissions phone (812)749-4781 Admissions fax: (812)749-1233 Web site: www.oak.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology, General: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A, B Business, General: A, B Human Resource Management: B Management information Systems & Business Data Processing: B Management Science: M Organizational Behavioral Studies: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer and Information Sciences, General: B

Construction Trades Construction Trades, Other: C

Education Biology Teacher Education: B Business Teacher Education: B Elementary Teacher Education: B English Teacher Education: B Mathematics Teacher Education: B Music Teacher Education: B Physical Education Teaching and Coaching: B Social Science Teacher Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English Language and Literature, General: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: A Humanities/Humanistic Studies: B Liberal Arts & Sciences/Liberal Studies: A

Mathematics Applied Mathematics, General: B

Mechanics and Repairers Diesel Engine Mechanic and Repairer: C Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: C, A

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Health and Physical Education: B

Personal and Miscellaneous Services Culinary Arts & Related Services, Other: C, A

Philosophy and Religion Religion/Religious Studies: B

Precision Production Trades Drafting, Other: A Welder/Welding Technologist: C, A

Protective Services Criminal Justice Studies: A, B

Social Sciences and History History, General: B Social Sciences, General: B Sociology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Divinity/Ministry (B.D.,M.Div.): P

Visual and Performing Arts Art, General: B Industrial Design: B

Oakland City University Bedford Bedford

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 97

Costs In state tuition: $12,600 Out-of-state tuition: $12,000

Contact Information Oakland City University Bedford Bedford Admissions fax: [812}279-621{3 Web site: ocub.oak.edu

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A, B Business: A Business Administration: A Business Management: B Business Technology Application: A Management: M Management in Human Resources: B Organizational Management: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Associate Arts: A General Studies: A, B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: A

Social Sciences and History Social Science: B

Purdue University-Calumet Hammond

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics; Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 8,195 Men: 44.2% Women: 55.8% Minorities: 2,581 International: 67

Costs In state tuition: $6,697 Out-of-state tuition: $9,476 In-state per-credit charge: $147 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $346 Other fees: $285

Admission Requirements Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Applications received: 4,117 Applications accepted: 3,648 Freshman retention rate: 62

Contact Information Purdue University-Calumet Hammond (219)989-2400 Admissions phone: (219)989-2213 Admissions fax: (219)989-2775 Web site: www.calumet.purdue.edu

Programs of Study

Accounting: B Architectural CAD: C Architectural Technology: A Biological Science Teaching: B Biological Sciences: M Biology: B Biology Technology: B Biology/Predental: B Biology/Premedicine: B Biology/Prephysical Therapy: B Business: A Business Administration: M Business--Business Organization: B Business Economics: D Business--Entrepreneurship: B Business Retailing: B Chemistry: B Chemistry Teaching: B Child Development and Family Studies: M Civil Engineering Technology: A Communication: M Communication--Public Relations: B Computational Physics: B Computer Aided Drafting: C Computer Graphics Design: C Computer Graphics Technology: A, B Computer Graphics Web: C Computer Integrated Manufacturing: C Computer Networks-Electrical Engineering Technology: C Computer Science: B Computer Software/Hardware Design: C Computer Technology: P Computer Technology--Systems Programming: B Construction Management: C Construction Management and Engineering Technology: B Curriculum and Instruction: M Database Design and Administration: B Early Childhood Development: A Educational Studies: M Electrical Engineering: B Electrical Engineering Technology: A, B, P Electrical Engineering Technology-Computer, telecommunications and Networking: B Electrical Engineering Technology/Process Control: A Electrical Engineering Technology/Telecommunication: A Electrical Engineering/Computer: B Elementary Education: B Emergency Medical Services: A Engineering Technology/Process Control and Instrumentation: B English: M English--Literature: B English Teaching: B English--Writing: B Facilities Management: P Finance: B Foreign Language--French: B Foreign Language--German: B Foreign Language--Spanish: B French International Studies: B French Teaching: B General Communication: B General Management: B German International Studies: B German Teaching: B History: B, M Hospitality: C Hospitality and Tourism Management: B Hospitality and tourism Management--Fitness Management: B Hospitality and Tourism Supervision: A Human Development and Family Studies--Child and Family Services: B Human Development and Family Studies--Early Childhood Development: B Human Development and Family Studies--Gerontology: B Human Resources: B Humanities: A Industrial Electronics: C Industrial Engineering Technology: A, B Industrial Maintenance: C Industrial Management: B Industrial Process Control Electronics: C Information Systems Software Engineering: B Information Systems Supervision: B Information Systems Technology Supervision: B Interdisciplinary Engineering: B, M Interact/Web: B Journalism: P Land Surveying: C Leadership: C Leadership in Organizational Leadership and Supervision: A Machining: C Management Information Systems: B Management--MBA: M Manufacturing for Industrial Engineering Technology: B Manufacturing for Mechanical Engineering Technology: B Marketing: B Master of Accountancy: M Mathematics: B, M Mathematics Teaching: B Mechanical Engineering: B Mechanical Engineering Technology: A, B Mechanical Engineering/ Mechatronics: B Medical Technology: B Nursing: A, B, M Nursing Bachelors/Master: B Nursing-Bachelors completion: B Nutrition and Health Management: C Nutrition, Fitness and Health: A Office Technology: A Organizational Communication: B Organizational Leadership: A, B Personnel: B Personnel and Human Resource: C Personnel/Human Relations In Organizational Leadership: A Philosophy: B Physics: R Physics Teaching: B Physics-Engineering: B Political Science: B Political Science--Criminal Justice: B Professional Foremanship: C Professional Supervision: C Programming/Analysis: P Psychology: B Quality Control: C Quality Leadership: C Radio/Television: B Residential Construction: C Safety: C Safety in Organizational Leadership and Supervision: A Social Studies Teaching: B Sociology: B Sociology--Criminal Justice: B Sociology--Gerontology: B Software Development: B Spanish International Studies: B Spanish Teaching: B Statistics: P Systems Analysis and Database Design: B Total Quality Management: C Visual Communication/Graphic Arts: B Vocational--Industrial Teaching: B Writing: P

Purdue University-North Central Westville

Level of offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 3,308 Men: 40.3% Women: 59.7% Minorities: 244 International: 2 Students from out of state: 1%

Cost In-state tuition: $4,901 Out-of-state tuition: $11523 In-state per-credit charge: $150 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $334 Other fees: $280

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/6 Application fee: $0

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,089 Applications accepted: 991 Freshmen retention rate: 62

Contact Information Purdue University-North Central Westville (219)785-5200 Admissions phone: (500)872-1231 Admissions fax: (219)785-5538 Web site: www.pnc.edu

Program of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Biology Concentration: A

Business Management and Administrative Services Computer Programming: C Computer Technology: A Computer Technology-Mathematic: A Computer Technology-Scientific: A General Business: C, A, B General Business-Accounting: A General Business-Marketing: A Health Administration: C Health Office Administration: C, A Human Resources: C, A International Business: A Organizational Leadership: A, B Professional Communications Certificate: C Restaurant, Hotel & Institutional Management: A Small Business: A Supervision: C Supervision: Accounting: B Supervision: General Business: B Supervision: Industrial & Manufacturing: B Systems Analysis: C

Communications Communications: B Professional Communications: C

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems Technology: B

Education Elementary Education: B Movement & Sport Science: B

Engineering Nursing: A

Engineering-Related Technologies Building Const Management Technology: A Civil Engineering Technology: A Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technology: A Electrical Engineering Technology: A Industrial Engineering Technology: A Industrial Technology: B Mechanical Engineering Technology: C, A, B Quality Control Analysis: C

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Lab Technology: A Nursing: A

Home Economics Food Service Specialist: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Liberal Studies: B

Mathematics Mathematics Concentration: A

Physical Sciences Chemistry Concentration: A Physics Concentration: A

Precision Production Trades Architectural Technology: A Technical Graphics: A

Purdue University-West Lafayette West Lafayette

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree, Doctorate, First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 32,526 Men: 57.8% Women: 42.2% Minorities: 2,934 International: 1,821 Students from out of state: 24%

Costs In-state tuition: $5,092 Out-of-state tuition: $18,700 In-state per-credit charge; $200 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $540 Other fees: $352

Admission Requirements Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 22,872 Applications accepted: 17,292 Freshman retention rate: 76

Contact Information Purdue University-West Lafayette West Lafayette (765)494-4600 Admissions phone: (765)494-1776 Admissions fax: (785)494-0544 Web site: www.purdue.edu

Programs of Study Agricultural Business And Production Agricultural Economics: B, M, D Agricultural Finance: B Agricultural Systems Management: B Extension Education: M Food Industry Marketing & Management: B Quantitative Agricultural Economics: B Sales and Marketing: B

Agricultural Sciences Agribusiness Management: B Agricultural Communication: B Agricultural Economics: A Agricultural Systems Management: A Agronomics Business & Marketing: B Agronomy: A, M, D Animal Agribusiness: B Animal Production: B Animal Products: B Animal Sciences: A, B, M, D Applied Meteorology: B Environmental Soil Science: B Executive MBA-Agribusiness: M Farm Management: B Food Manufacturing Operations: B Fond Science: B, M, D General Agriculture: A, B Horticultural Production and Market: B Horticulture: A, M, D Horticulture Science: B International Agronomy: B Landscape Horticulture: B Landscape Horticulture and Design: B Public Horticulture: B Soil & Crop Management: B Soil & Crop Science: B Turf Science: R

Architecture And Related Programs Landscape Architecture: B

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Afro/American Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biochemistry: B, M, D Biochemistry-Biology: B Biochemistry Honors: B Biological Sciences: M, D Biology: B Biology Education: B Botany & Plant Pathology: M, D Cell Development Biology: B Crop Protection: B Ecology, Evolution & Population Biology: B Entomology: B, M, D Environmental Plant Studies: B Environmental Science: Ecology, Evolution & Population Biology: B Genetic Biology: B Microbiology: B Microbiology Honors: B Molecular Biology: B Molecular Biology Honors: B Neurobiology & Physiology: B Plant Biology: B Plant Genetics & Breeding: B Plant Molecular Biology & Physiology: B Pre-Dental Studies: B Pre-Veterinary Studies: B Premedical Studies: B Urban & Industrial Pest Cont: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Computer Information Systems: A Computer Technology: A Fond Services & Lodging Supervision: A General Management: Industrial Relations: B General Management: Marketing: B Hospitality & Tourism Management: B, M, D Industrial Administration: M Industrial Administration-Germany: M Industrial Management: Computer Science: B Industrial Management: Economics: B Industrial Management: Engineering: B Industrial Management: Interdisciplinary: B Industrial Management: Management Information Systems: B Industrial Management: Manufacturing Management: B Industrial Management: Quantitative Methods: B Industrial Management: Science: B Management: B, M, D Management-Krannert Executive Education Program: M Management/Finance Option: B Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management: M, D Organizational Leadership: A, B Restaurant, Hotel, Institutional & Tourism Management: B Telecom & Networking: B

Communications Advertising Concentration: B Communication: M, D General Communication: B Interdisciplinary Film: B Interdisciplinary Film/Video: B Interpersonal Communications: B Journalistic Communications: B Mass Communication: B Organizational Communications: B Public Communication: B Public Relations: B Telecommunication: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: B Computer Science: B, M, D Computer Science Honors: B Computer Science/Mathematics: B Computer Technology: B Information Systems: S Information Systems Technology: Database: B Information Systems Technology: Software Developer: B Information Systems Technology: Systems Integration: B Information Technology: Telecommunications & Networking: B Telecom & Networking: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Fisheries & Aquatic Science: B Forest Ecosystems Management: B Forest Products: B Forest Recreation: B Forestry: B Forestry & Natural Resources: M, D Natural Resources: B Natural Resources & Environmental Science: B Recreation Resources: B Urban Forestry: B Wildlife: B Wildlife Management: B Wildlife Science: B Wood Products Manufacturing Technology: B

Education Agricultural Education: B Athletic Training: B Curriculum & Instruction: M, P Early Childhood Education: B ECE and Intervention: B Educational Studies: M, P Elementary Education: B Exercise & Fitness: B Health & Fitness: B Health Kinesiology & Leisure Studies: M, D Health Promotion: B Health Promotion Concentration: B Health Promotions Major: B Health & Safety Teaching: B Industrial Distribution: B Industrial Technology: A, B Industrial Technology/Industrial Distribution: B Movement & Sport Science: B Physical Education: All Grade: B Physical Education: All-Grade Teaching: B Physical Education: Secondary: B Physical Education: Secondary Education Teaching: B Physical Education: Secondary/Middle School Teaching: B Recreation Studies: B Spec Ed Mild Disabilities: B Spec Ed Seriously Emotionally Handicapped: B Special Ed Severe Disabilities: B Speech Communications/Theater Teaching: B Technology: M, D Technology Education: B Vocational-industrial Curriculum: B Weekend Master's Program in Technology: M

Engineering Acoustical Engineering: B Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering: B Aeronautics & Astronautics: M Agricultural & Biological Engineering: M :B Applied Mathematics: B Architectural Engineering: B Biomedical Engineering: B, M, D Chemical Engineering: B, M Civil Engineering: B, M Computer Engineering: B Computer Systems: B Construction Engineering & Management: B Electrical & Computer Engineering: M Electrical Engineering: B Engineering Management: B Engineering Science: B Food Process Engineering: B Genetic Engineering: B Geological Engineering: B Industrial Engineering: B, M, D Interdisciplinary Engineering: B, M Inventive Design: B Materials Engineering: M, D Materials Science & Engineering: B Mechanical Engineering: B, M Nuclear Engineering: B, M, D Ocean Engineering: B Power Engineering: B Pre-Med/Pre-Law: B Systems Engineering: B Transportation Engineer: B Urban Studies: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Aeronautical Technology: A Aeronautical Technology/Flight: A Aviation Administration Technology: A Aviation Flight Technology: A Building Const Management Technology: A, B Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technology: A, B Electrical Engineering Technology: A, B Electrical Engineering Technology: Computer Engineering Technology: B Land Surveying Engineering: B Mechanical Engineering Technology: A, B

English Language and Literature/Letters Comparative Literature: B, M, D Creative Writing: B English: B, M, D English Secondary Teaching: B Linguistics: M, D Professional Writing: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Foreign Languages & Literatures M French: B French Teaching: B German: B German Secondary Teaching: B Italian Studies: B Japanese: B Jewish Studies B Latin: B Russian: B Russian Teaching: B Spanish: B Spanish Secondary Teaching: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Audiology & Speech Science: M, D Audiology/Speech Science B Basic Medical Sciences: M, D Doctorate in Pharmacy: Nontraditional: D Doctorate in Pharmacy: Traditional: D Environmental Health Science: B General Health Sciences: G Health Physics: B Health Sciences: M, D Industrial Hygiene: B Industrial Hygiene & Health Phys: B Industrial & Physical Pharmacy: M, D Medical Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacy: M, D Medical Technology: B Nursing: B, M Pharmaceutical Sciences: B Pharmacy: B Pharmacy Practice: M, G Speech/Language/Hearing-Pre-Professional: B Speech/Language/Hearing Science Concentration: B Vet Physiology & Pharmacology: M, D Vet Technology Distance Learning: A Veterinary Anatomy: M, D Veterinary Clinical Sciences: M, D Veterinary Medicine: D Veterinary Pathobiology: M, D Veterinary Technician: A Veterinary Technology A, B

Home Economies Adult & Family Services: B Apparel Design & Technology: B Child Development & Family Studies: M, D Consumer Affairs: B Consumer Science & Retailing: M, D Coordinated Dietetics: B Dietetics: B Family & Consumer Science Education: B Financial Counsel & Plan: D Food Science: B Foods & Nutrition: M, D Foods & Nutrition in Business: B Individual and Family Development: B Individual and Family Studies: B Interdisciplinary Consumer & Family Science: B Nutrition. Fitness & Health: B Nutrition Science: B Occupational Family & Consumer Sciences Education: B Retail Management: B Selling & Sales Management: B Small Business: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Classical Studies: B Linguistics: B

Mathematics Actuarial Science: B Applied Mathematics: B Math: Operations Research: G Mathematics: B, M, D Mathematics: Business: B Mathematics: Computer Science: B Mathematics Education: B Mathematics Honors: G Mathematics: Statistics: B Statistics: B, M, D Statistics-Mathematics Emphasis: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies

Interdisciplinary Environmental Science: B Interdisciplinary Science-Biology: B Interdisciplinary Science-Chemistry: B Interdisciplinary Science-Computer Science: B Interdisciplinary Science Earth & Atmospheric Sciences: B Interdisciplinary Science-Education: B Interdisciplinary Science-Math: B Interdisciplinary Science-Physics: B Interdisciplinary Science-Statistics: B Interdisciplinary Science-Undecided: B Science & Cohere: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B, M, D Religious Studies: B

Physical Sciences Applied Physics: B Applied Physic Honors: B Atmospheric Chemistry: B Atmospheric Dynamics: B Atmospheric Physics: B Biochemistry--Chemistry: B Chemistry: B, M, D Chemistry Education: B Chemistry: Honors: B Chemistry: Materials Science: B Chemistry/Chemical Engineering: B Chemistry/Material Science Engineering: B Computational Chemistry: B Earth & Atmospheric Sciences: M, D Earth Sciences Education: B Environmental Chemistry: B Environmental Geosciences: B Honors Chemistry: B Physics: B, M, D Physics: BS in MSE: B Physics Education: B Physics Honors Solid Earth Sciences: B Synoptic Meteorology: B

Precision Production Trades Computer Graphics Technology: A, B Technical Graphics: B

Psychology Psychological Sciences: M, D Psychology: B

Social Sciences and History American Studies: B :M, D Anthropology: B Economics: B, M, D Economics Honors: B History: B, M, D Law and Society: B Medieval Studies: B Political Science: B, M, D Social Studies-Economics: B Social Studies-Government: B Social Studies-Psychology: B Social Studies-Sociology: R Social Studies-US History: B Social Studies-World Civilization: B Sociology: B Sociology & Anthropology: B, M, D

Transportation and Materials Moving Workers Aeronautical Technology: B Aeronautical Technology/Flight: B Aviation Administration: B Professional Flight Technology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art History: B Fine Arts Concentration: G Industrial Design: B Industrial Design: Professional Program: B Interior Design: B Photography Concentration: B Stage Management: B Theatre Area: B Theatre Design & Technology: B Theatre Major: B Theatre-Acting: B Visual and Performing Arts: M Visual Arts Design Teaching: B Visual Arts Secondary Teaching: B Visual Arts Teaching K-12: B Visual Communication Design: B

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Terre Haute

Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,545 Men: 83.0% Women: 17.0% Minorities: 79 International: 15

Costs In state tuition: $26,166 Out-of-state tuition: $26,166 In-state per-credit charge: $654 Out-of state per-credit charge: $654 Other fees: $435

Admission Requirements Application fee: $40

Other Admission Information Applications received: 3,207 Applications accepted: 2,069

Contact Information Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Terra Haute (812)877-1511 Admissions phone: (812)977-8213 Web site: www.rose-hulman.edu

Program of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Applied Biology: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B

Engineering Biomedical Engineering: M Chemical Engineering: B, M Civil Engineering: B Computer Engineering: B Electrical Engineering: B, M Engineering Management: M Environmental Engineering: M Mechanical Engineering: B, M

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Physical Sciences Applied Optics: B, M Chemistry: B Physics: B

Social Sciences and History Economics: B

Saint Joseph's College Rensselaer

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 934 Man: 47.5% Woman: 52.5% Minorities: 92 International: 16 Students from out of state: 28%

Costs In state tuition: $19,180 Out-of-state tuition: $19,160 In-state per-credit charge: $560 Out-of-state per credit charge: $560 Other fees: $160

Admission Requirements Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 971 Applications accepted: 743

Contact Information Saint Joseph's College Rensselaer (219)866-6000 Admissions phone: (219)866-6176 Admissions fax: (219)886-6122 Web site: www.saintjoe.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Biology Chemistry: A, B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Accounting Finance: B Business Information Management: A Finance: B International Business: B Management: B Management/Marketing: B Marketing: B

Communications Communications & Theatre Arts: B Mass Communication: B

Computer and Information Sciences Business/Computer Science: A Computer Science: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Science: B

Education Elementary Education: B Physical Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B English: Creative Writing: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Medical Technology: B Nursing BSN: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Humanities: A

Mathematics Math-Physics: B Mathematics: B

Multi/interdisciplinary Studies Mathematics: Computer: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Religion/Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry; B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Human Services & Social Work: B

Social Sciences end History Economics: B Economics-Finance: B History: B International Studies B Political Science: B Sociology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Church Music: A Church Music & Liturgy: C, M Pastoral Liturgy: C Pastoral Liturgy & Music: M

Visual and Performing Arts Music: B Music Business: B

Saint Mary's College Notre Dame

Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,417 Men: 0.1% Woman: 99.9% Minorities: 103 International: 16 Students from out of state: 74%

Cost

In-state tuition: $23,284 Out-of-state tuition: $23,254 In-state per credit charge: $805 Out of-state per-credit charge: $805 Other fees: $150

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 3/1 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 997 Applications accepted: 822

Contact Information Saint Mary's College Notre Dame (574)284-4000 Admissions phone: (574)284-4567 Web site: www.saintmarys.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Business Administration: B Management Information Systems: B

Communications Communication Studies: B

Education Elementary Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English Literature: B English Writing: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Cytotechnology: B Medical Technology: G Nursing: B

Liberal Arts and Science, General Studies and Humanities Humanistic Studies: B

Mathematics Computational Mathematics: B Mathematics: B Statistics and Actuarial Mathematics: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Religious Studies: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Economics: B History: B Political Science: B Sociology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Fine Arts (Bachelor of Pine Arts): B Music: B

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College

St. Mary-of-the-Woods

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,270 Men: 0.2% Women: 99.8% Minorities: 61 International: 7 Students from out of state: 30%

Costs In-state tuition: $17,860 Out-of-state tuition: $17,860 In-state per credit charge: $660 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $560 Other fees: $480

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/15 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 256 Applications accepted: 204

Contact Information Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College St. Mary-at the Woods (812)535-5151 Admissions phone: (612)535-5106 Admissions fax: (812)535-5215 Web site: www.smwc.edu

Programs of Study

Agricultural Business And Production Equine Studies: B

Agricultural Sciences Equine Training/Instruction: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Accounting Information Systems: B Business Administration: B E-Commerce: B General Business: B Human Resource Management: B Management Discontinued: B Marketing: B Not-For-Profit Financial Administration: B Not-For-Profit Human Services Administration: B

Communications Journalism: B Not-For-Profit Public Relations: B

Communications Technologies Digital Media Communications: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Information Systems: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Equine Business Administration: B

Education Art Education: B Early Childhood: A, B Education Certification Only: S Education-Non-Teaching: B Elementary Education: B Kindergarten Education B Middle School/High School English Education: B Middle School/High School Math Education: B Middle School/High School Science Education: B Middle School/High School Social Studies Education: B Middle School/High School Special Education: B Music Education: B Preschool/Grade 3 Mi: B Social Studies Secondary Education: B Spatial Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B Professional Writing: B

Foreign Languages arid Literatures French: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Belated Sciences Applied Science: B Art Therapy: M Medical Technology: B Music Therapy: B, M, S Pre-Dentistry: B Pre-Medicine: B Pre-Pharmacy B Pre-Vet: B Preprofessional: B

Home Economies Gerontology: A, B, S

Law and Legal Studies Legal Nurse: S Paralegal: A, B, S Pie Law: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Humanities: A, B

Mathematics Math: B

Philosophy and Religion Theology: B, S

Psychology Psychology: B

Social Sciences and History History/Political Science/Pre-Law: B Human Services: B Social Science B Social Sciences/History: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Pastoral Theology M Religious Education: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art: B Graphic Design: B Music: B Photography: B

Vocational Home Economics Not-For-Profit Child Care Administration: B

Taylor University-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 425 Men: 42.8% Women: 57.2% Minorities: 43 International: 3 Students from out of state: 25%

Costs In-state tuition: $16,794 Out-of-state tuition: $16,794 In-state per-credit charge: $175 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $175 Other fees: $110

Admission Requirements Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 464 Applications accepted: 393

Contact Information Taylor University-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne (260)744-8600 Admissions phone: (260)744-8689 Admissions fax: (260)744-8660 Web site: www.tayloru.edu

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A, B Accounting/Systems: B Associate Business Administration: A Management: B Management/Systems: B Marketing: B Marketing/Systems: B

Communications Public Relations (concentration optional): B Public Relations/Systems: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science (concentration required): B Computer Science/Systems: B Computing and Information Applications: A

Education Early Childhood Education A Elementary Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English Studies (concentration optional): B English Studies/Systems: B Professional Writing (concentration optional): B Professional Writing/Systems: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Liberal Arts: A

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Individual Goal Oriented B Individual Goal Oriented/Systems: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B Criminal Justice/Systems: B Justice and Ministry: B Law and Justice: B

Psychology Psychology: B Psychology/Systems: B

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B Social Work/Systems: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Biblical Studies: B Biblical Studies/Systems: B Christian Ministries (concentration required): B Christian Ministries/Systems: B Intercultural Studies: B Intercultural Studies/Systems: B Pastoral Ministries: B Youth Ministries: B Youth Ministries/Systems: B

Visual and Performing Arts Music: A, B Music (concentration required): B

Taylor University-Upland

Upland

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,891 Men: 47.4% Women: 52.6% Minorities: 84 International: 42 Students from out of state: 68.9%

Costs In-state tuition: $19,674 0ut-of-state tuition: $19,674 In-state per-credit charge: $491 Out of state per-credit charge: $491 Other fees: $220

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 2/15 Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,325 Applications accepted: 1,030

Contact Information Taylor University-Upland Upland (765)998-5134 Admissions phone: (765)999-5206 Admissions fax: (765)998-4925 Web site: www.tayloru.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology (concentration optional): B Biology/Systems (concentration optional): B Environmental Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Accounting/Systems B Business Administration: A Economics: B Economics/Systems B Finance: B International Business: B International Business/Systems: R Management: B Management/Systems: B

Communications Communication Studies: B Communication Studies/Systems: B Mass Communication/Journalism: B Mass Communication/Journalism/Systems: B

Computer and information Sciences Computer Graphic Arts B Computer Graphic Arts/Systems: B Computer Science (concentration required): B Computer Science/Systems: B Management information Systems: A

Education Art Education (endorsement optional): B Biology Science Education: B Chemistry Science Education: B Communication Arts Education: B Early Childhood Education: A Elementary Education (endorsement optional): B English Education (endorsement optional): B French Education (endorsement optional): B Mathematics Education: B Mathematics Science Education: B Music Education: B Physical Education (teaching major): B Physics Science Education: B Primary Social Studies Areas: B Spanish Education B

Engineering Computer Engineering: B Engineering Physics: B Engineering Physics/Systems: A, B Environmental Engineering: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English (concentration required): B English/Systems (concentration required): B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: R Spanish: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Liberal Arts: A

Marketing Operations/Marketing and Distribution Marketing: B Marketing/Systems: B

Mathematics Mathematics (concentration optional): B Mathematics Environmental Science: B Mathematics/Systems (concentration optional): B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Individual Goal Oriented: B Individual Goal Oriented/Systems: B Natural Science (concentration required}: B Natural Science/Systems (concentration required): B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Physical Education (non-teaching major): B Sports Management: B Wellness: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Philosophy/Systems: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry (concentration optional): B Chemistry Environmental Science: B Chemistry/Systems: B Environmental Geology: B Physics: B Physics/Systems: B

Psychology Psychology: B Psychology/Systems: B Social Studies Education--Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B Social Work/Systems: B

Social Sciences and History Geography: B History: B History/Systems: B International Studies (concentration required): B Political Science: G Political Science/Systems: B Social Studies Education--Economics: B Social Studies Education--Geography: B Social Studies Education--Government: B Social Studies Education--Sociology: B Social Studies Education--US History: B Sacral Studies Education--World Civ.: B Sociology: B Sociology/Systems: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Biblical Literature: B Biblical Literature/Systems: B Christian Education: B Christian Education/Systems: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art: B Art Systems: B Music (concentration required): B Music (no concentration): B Theatre Arts: B Theatre Arts/Systems: B

Tri-State University

Angola

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,231 Men: 71.5% Women: 28.5% Minorities: 52 International: 84 Students from out of state: 40%

Costs In state tuition: $19,290 0ut-of-state tuition: $19,290 In-state per-credit charge: $528 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $528 On-campus room and board: $5,250

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 6/1 Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,352 Applications accepted: 1,002

Contact Information Tri-State University Angola (260)665-4100 Admissions phone: (260)665-4132 Admissions fax: (268)665-4292 Web site: www.tristate.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biological Sciences/Life Sciences, Other: A Biology, General: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business Administration & Management, General: A, B Business Administration & Management, Other: B Business Management & Admin. Service, Other: B Business Marketing/Marketing Management: B Enterprise Management & Operation, General: B Management--Information Systems & Business Data Processing: B Operations Management and Supervision: B

Communications Communications, General: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Programming: A Computer Science B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Science/Studies: B

Education Elementary Teacher Education: B English Teacher Education: B Mathematics Teacher Education: B Physical Education Teaching and Coaching: B Sciences Teacher Education: B Social Studies Teacher Education: B

Engineering Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautic: B Chemical Engineering: B Civil Engineering, General: B Electrical, Electronic & Communication: B Engineering/Industrial Management: B Mechanical Engineering: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Construction/Building Tech/Technician: A

English Language and Literature/Letters English Language and Literature, General: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Pro-Medicine Studies: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Health and Physical Education, General: B Sport and Fitness Administration/ Management: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry, General: B Physical Science, General: B

Precision Production Trades Drafting, General: A, B

Protective Services Criminal Justice Studies: A, B

Psychology Psychology, General: B

Social Sciences and History History, General: B Social Sciences, General: A, B

Tri-State University-Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 108

Costs In state tuition: $18,000 0ut-of-state tuition: $18,000

Contact Information Tri-State University-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne (260) 483-4949 Admissions phone: (260)483-4949 Web site: www.tristate.edu/BRANCHES/F0RT_WAYNE/FTW_HOME_2000.htm

Programs of Study Business Management and Administrative Services Applied Management: B Business Administration: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

Tri-State University-South Bend

South Bend

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 102

Costs In-state tuition: $18,000 Out-of-state tuition: $18,000

Contact Information Tri-State University South Bend South Band (574)234-4810 Admissions phone: (574)234-4810 Web site: www.tristate.edu/BRANCHES/SOUTH_BEND/index.htm

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Applied Management: B Business Administration: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

University of Evansville

Evansville

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,796 Men: 37.8% Women: 62.2% Minorities: 133 International: 153 Students from out of state: 34%

Costs In-state tuition: $20,515 Out-of-state tuition: $20,515 In-state per-credit charger: $500 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $500 Other fees: $330

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 2/15 Application fee: $35 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,883 Applications accepted: 1,599

Contact Information University of Evansville Evansville (812)479-2468 Admissions phone: (812)479-2468 Admissions fax: (812)474-4076 Web site: www.evansville.edu

Programs of Study

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies Art and Associated Studies: B Ceramics: B Graphic Design: B Painting: B Sculpture: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biochemistry: B Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Finance: B Global Studies: B Management: B Marketing: B

Communications Interpersonal Communication: B Mass Communication: B Visual Communication: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Administration: B Environmental Science: B

Education Art Education: B Education: B Elementary Education: B Music Education: B Senior High: B Special Education: B

Engineering Civil Engineering: B Computer Engineering: B Electrical Engineering: B Engineering: B Engineering Management: B Mechanical Engineering: B

English Language and Literature/Letters Creative Writing: B English: B Literature: B Writing: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Classical Studies: B French: B German: B Italian B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Health Services Administration: B Music Therapy: B Nursing: B Physical Therapy: B, M Physical Therapy Assistant: A

Law and Legal Studies Legal Studies: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Gerontology: B Psychobiology: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Athletic Training: B Exercise Science: B Sports Medicine: B Sports Studies--Communication Emphasis: B Sports Studies: Management Emphasis: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Religion: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Chemistry--Business Administration: B Physics: B

Protective Services Criminal Justice: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Business Administration: B

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B Archaeology: B Economics: B History: B International Studies: B Political Science: B Sociology: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Biblical Studies: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art: B Art History: B Music Management: B Music Performance: B Theatre: B Theatre: Design and Technology: B Theatre: Management: B Theatre: Performance: B

University of Indianapolis

Indianapolis

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctorate

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,781 Men: 35.3% Women: 64.7% Minorities: 275 International: 148 Students from out of state: 7.67%

Costs In-state tuition: $17,300 0ut-of-state tuition: $17,300 In-state per-credit charge: $660 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $660 Other fees: $100

Admission Requirements Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 2,191 Applications accepted: 1,751

Contact Information University of Indianapolis Indianapolis (317)788-3368 Admissions phone: (317)788-3216 Admissions fax: (317)788-3300 Web site: www.uindy.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Biology / Cell & Molecular Concentration: B Human Biology: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B, M Business Administration: B Economics and Finance: B Financial Services: B Information Systems: B Management: B Master of Business Administration: M Organizational Leadership: B

Communications Communication: B Communications in Business: B Corporate Communication: B Electronic Media: B Human Communication: B Journalism: B Public Relations: B Sports Information: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Science: B

Education Biology Teaching: B Business Education (K-12): B Chemistry Teaching: B Curriculum & Instruction: M Earth Space Sciences Teaching: B Education: M Elementary Education: B English Teaching: B Life Science Teaching: B Mathematics Teaching: B Music Teaching (K-12): B Physical Education Technology (K-12): B Physical Education/Exercise Science: B Physical Education/Spans Administration: B Physical Science Teaching, Chemistry: B Physical Science Teaching, Physics: B Social Studies Teaching: B Spanish Teaching: B Theatre/Secondary Education: B Visual Arts Teaching (Junior/Senior High): B Visual Arts Teaching (K 12): B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B, M

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B French Teaching: B German: B International Business: B Spanish: B Spanish Teaching: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Art Therapy: B Family Nurse Practitioner: M Geriatric Nurse Practitioner: M Master of Health Science: M Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Bus Administration: A Medical Technology: B Nursing: A, B Nursing Administration: M Occupational Therapy: M Occupational Therapy MHS: M Occupational Therapy/Post Prof: M Physical Therapist Assistant: B Physical Therapy: B, M, D Physical Therapy/Post Prof: M

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Genera/Studies and Humanities Interdisciplinary: B Liberal Arts: A Liberal Studies: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Athletic Training: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Pre-Theology: B Religion: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Earth-Space Science: B Earth-Space Science/Environmental Geology Conc.: B Engineering/Electrical: B Industrial Chemistry: B Physics: B

Protective Services Corrections: B Law Enforcement: B

Psychology Clinical Psychology: S Psychology: B, M

Public Administration and Services Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B Applied Sociology: M Archeology: B History: B, M International Relations: B Political Science: B Sociology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art: B, M Art Fundamentals: B Graphic Design/Visual Communication Design: B Music: B Music Performance: B Theatre: B

University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctorate, fist Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 8,014 Men: 54.6% Women: 45.4% Minorities: 1,152 International: 125 Students from out of state: 88%

Costs In-state tuition: $29,512 Out of-state tuition: $29,512 In-state per-credit charge: $1,063 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $1,063 Other fees: $342 On-campus room and board: $6,510

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 1/9 Application fee: $50 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 9,744 Applications accepted: 3,336

Contact Information University of Notre Dame Notre Dame (574)631-7505 Admissions phone: (574)631-7505 Admissions fax: (574)631-8865 Web site: www.nd.edu

Programs of Study

Architecture And Related Programs Architecture: B, M

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies American Studies: B, M Supplementary Major African & African American Studies: B Supplementary Major of Gender Studies: B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biochemistry: B, M Biological Sciences: B, M Biophysics: M

Business Management and Administrative Services Accountancy: B Business Administration: B, M Finance: B Management: B Management Information Systems: B Marketing: B Master of Science in Accountancy: M, D Science-Business: B

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science: B Science-Computing: B Supplementary Major of Computer Applications: B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Science: B Environmental Science as a Second Major: B

Education Education: M Science-Education: B

Engineering Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering: M Aerospace Engineering: B, M Chemical Engineering: B, M Civil Engineering: B, M Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences: M Computer Engineering: B Computer Science and Engineering: M Electrical Engineering: B, M Engineering: B Engineering and Environmental Science: B Environmental Geosciences: B Master of Engineering: M Mechanical Engineering: B, M, D

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B, M Literature: M

Foreign Languages and Literatures Arabic: B Chinese: B Classics and Ancient Civilization: B French: B French Literature: M German: B German Language and Literature: M Greek: B Italian: B Italian Studies: M Japanese: B Latin: B Romance Languages and Literature: M Russian: B Spanish: B Spanish Literature: M Supplementary Major of Chinese: B Supplementary Major of Classical Civilization: B Supplementary Major of French: B Supplementary Major of German: B Supplementary Major of Greek: B Supplementary Major of Italian: B Supplementary Major of Japanese: B Supplementary Major of Latin: B Supplementary Major of Russian: B Supplementary Major of Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Science Preprofessional Studies: B Supplementary Major of Preprofessional Studies: B

Law and Legal Studies Law: M

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Arts and Letters: B Program of Liberal Studies: B

Mathematics Applied Mathematics: M Mathematics: B, M Mathematics as a Second Major: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies History and Philosophy of Science: M Medieval Studies: B, M Peace Studies: M Supplementary Major of Medieval Studies: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B, M Philosophy and Theology: B Supplementary Major of Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Applied Physics: B Chemical Physics: M Chemistry: B, D Chemistry/Art: B Chemistry/Biological Sciences: B Chemistry/Business: B Chemistry/Computing: B Chemistry/Earth Science: B Chemistry/Education: R Chemistry/Environmental Engineering: B Chemistry/Environmental Science: B Chemistry/French: B Chemistry/Geology: R Chemistry/German: B Chemistry/Japanese: B Chemistry/Mathematics: B Chemistry/Music: B Chemistry/Philosophy: B Chemistry/Physics: B Chemistry/Psychology: B Chemistry/Theology: B Geological Sciences: B Physics: B, D Physics as a Second Major: B Physics Education: B Physics in Medicine: B Physics/Computing: B

Psychology Psychology: B, D

Public Administration and Services Master of Science in Administration: M

Social Sciences and History Anthropology: B Economics: B, M Government: B Government and International Studies: M History: B, M Sociology: B, M

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Early Christian Studies: M Supplementary Major of Theology: B Theology: B, M

Visual end Performing Arts Art History: B, M Art Studio: B Communication Arts: M Design: B, M Film, Television and Theatre: B Music: B, M Studio Art: M Supplementary Major of Art History B Supplementary Major el Music: B

University of Saint Francis

Fort Wayne

Level of study offered: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,428 Men: 30.4% Women: 69.6% Minorities: 122 International: 10

Costs In-state tuition: $16,488 Out-of-state tuition: $16,488 In-state per-credit charge: $440 Out of state per-credit charge: $440 Other fees: $540 On-campus room and board: $5,240

Admission Requirements Application fee: $20

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,297 Applications accepted: 1,002

Contact Information University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne (260)434-3100 or (800)729-4732 Admissions phone: (260)434-3279 Web site: www.sf.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B Business Administration: B, M Human Resource Management: B

Communications Communications B

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Environmental Science: B

Education Biology Secondary Ed: B Business Secondary Education: B Chemistry Secondary/Education: B Elementary Education: B English Secondary Education: B General Science Secondary Education: B Health & Safety Secondary Education: B Learning Disabilities: B Mild Disabilities B School Counseling: B Secondary Education: B Social Studies Secondary Education B Special Education: B Visual Arts K-12: B Visual Arts Secondary Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Allied Health: B Emergency Medical Service: B Family Nurse Practitioner: B Health and Safety: B Health Services: B Medical Technology: B Nursing: B Nursing--ASN Program: B Nursing--BSN Program: B Nursing in Health Systems: B Nursing--LPN>ASN: B Occupational Therapy Assistant: B Paramedic Certification: B Physical Therapist Assistant: B Physician Assistant: B, M Radiologic Technology: B Surgical Technology: B

Law and Legal Studies Pre-Law: B

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Liberal Studies: B

Philosophy and Religion Religious Studies: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B

Psychology Mental Health Counseling: B Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Human Services: B Social Work: B

Social Sciences and History History: B

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations Ministry: B

Visual and Performing Arts Commercial Art: B Computer Art: B Fine Art: B Fine Commercial Art: B

University of Southern Indiana

Evansville

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 8,217 Men: 40.7% Women: 59.3% Minorities: 371 International: 31 Students from out of state: 10.5%

Costs In-state tuition: $4,077 Out-of-state tuition: $9,692 In-state per-credit charge: $113 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $276 Other fees: $127

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/15 Application fee: $25 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 4,258 Applications accepted: 3,984 Freshman retention rate: 62

Contact Information University of Southern Indiana Evansville (812)464-8600 Admissions phone: (812)464-1765 Admissions fax: (812)465-7154 Web site: www.usi.edu

Programs of Study

Area, Ethnic And Cultural Studies International Studies B

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology: B Biophysics: G Physics: B

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: B, M Administrative Support Systems: A Administrative Systems: B Business: A Business Administration: B, M Computer Information Systems: A Electronic Business: B Finance: B Industrial Management: M Management: B Marketing: B Post-Baccalaureate Certificate: Professional Accountancy: C Secretarial Administration: A

Communications Communications: A, B Journalism and Computer Publishing: B Public Relations and Advertising: B Radio and Television: B Speech, Communications, Theatre: B

Computer and Information Sciences Applied Computer Science: B Computer Information Systems: B Post-Baccalaureate Certificate: Computer Information Systems: C

Education Business Education: B Early Childhood Education: A Education Non-Teaching: B Elementary Education: B, M Physical Education: B Secondary Education: M Special Education: B

Engineering-Related Technologies Civil Engineering Technology: A, B Electrical Engineering Technology: A, B Industrial Supervision: B Mechanical Engineering Technology: A, B Mining Engineering Technology: A, B

English Language and Literature/Letters English: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures French: B German: B Spanish: B

Health Professions and Related Sciences Acute Care Nurse Practitioner: M Allied Health-Undecided: B Clinical Nurse Specialist: M Dental Assisting: A Dental Assisting Certificate: C Dental Hygiene: A Dental Hygiene Education: B Dental Laboratory Technology: A Endorsement/Certification: C Family Nurse Practitioner: M Health Administration: M Health Services: B Nursing: A, B Nursing Education: M Nursing Management & Leadership: M Occupational Therapy: B, M Occupational Therapy Assisting: A Pre-Dental Assisting: A Pre-Dental Hygiene: A, B Pre-Dental Hygiene Education: B Pre-Nursing: C, B Pre-Occupational Therapy: A, B Pre-Occupational Therapy Assistant: A Pre-Radiologic & Imaging Services: A, B Pre-Radiologic Technology: A Pre-Respiratory Therapy: A Radiologic & Imaging Science: B Radiologic Technology: A, B Respiratory Therapy: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Applied Studies: B College Achievement Program: C Humanities-Undecided: B Individual Studies: B Liberal Studies: M Occupational Studies: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B Science & Math-Undecided: B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Earth Space Science: B Physical Science: B Science: A, B Science Teaching: B

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Exercise Science: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry: B Geology: B

Psychology Psychology: B

Public Administration and Services Publication Administration: M Social Work: B, M

Social Sciences and History Economics: B History: B Political Science: B Social Science: A, B Social Science-Teaching: B Sociology: B

Visual and Performing Arts Art: B Theatre Arts: B Visual Art: B Visual Art K-12: B

Valparaiso University

Valparaiso

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Specialist Degree, First Professional Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 2,986 Men: 46.7% Women: 53.3% Minorities: 258 International: 101 Students from out of state: 66%

Costs In-state tuition: $21,800 Out-of-state tuition: $21,800 In-state per-credit charge: $810 0ut-of-state per-credit charge: $810 Other fees: $632

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 8/15 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 3,411 Applications accepted: 883

Contact Information Valparaiso University Valparaiso (219)464-5000 Admissions phone: (218)464-5011 Admissions fax: (219)464-6898 Web site: www.valpo.edu

Programs of Study Actuarial Science American Studies Art Art-Art History (concentration) Art-Ceramics (concentration) Art-Graphic Design (concentration) Art-Pointing (concentration) Art-Photography (concentration) Art-Sculpture (concentration) Biochemistry Biology Business Administration: Accounting Business Administration: Finance Business Administration: Information & Decision Sciences Business Administration: International Business Business Administration: Management Business Administration: Marketing Business Administration: Undecided Chemistry Chinese & Japanese Studies Classics (Greek, Latin) Communication: Communication Law Communication: New Media-Journalism Communication: Public and Corporate Comm. Communication: Public Relations Communication: Television-Radio Communication: Undecided Computer Science Criminology Deaconess (pre-professional) Drama Economics Economics & Computer Analysis Education: Elementary (Early/Middle Childhood) Education: Middle (Early Adolescence) Education: Secondary (Adolescence/Young Adult) Engineering: Civil Engineering: Computer Engineering: Electrical Engineering: Mechanical Engineering: Undecided English English: Creative Writing English: Professional Writing Environmental Science Foreign Languages & Literatures: Classical Civilization Foreign Languages & Literatures: Classics (Greek, Latin) Foreign Languages & Literatures: French Foreign Languages & Literatures: German Foreign Languages & Literatures: Spanish Foreign Languages & Literatures: Undecided Geography Geography-Environmental Geography (concentration) Geography-Geographic Information Systems & Cartography (concentration) Geography Human/Cultural Geography (concentration) Geography-Urban Geography & Regional Planning (concentration) Geology History International Economics & Cultural Affairs International Service Mathematics Meteorology Meteorology-Broadcast Meteorology (concentration) Modern European Studies Music Music: Church Music Music: Composition Music Education Music: Performance Music-Business (concentration) Music-Musical Theatre (concentration) Nursing Nursing: Accelerated (transfer students only) Nursing: RN-BSN Completion (RNs only) Nursing: RN-BSN-MSN Completion (RNs only) Philosophy Physical Education Physical Education: Exercise Science Physical Education: Sports Management Physics Physics-Applied Physics (concentration) Physics-Astronomy & Space Science (concentration) Physics-Fundamental Physics (concentration) Political Science Political Science-International Relations (concentration) Political Science-Legal Studies (concentration) Political Science-Public Policy & Public Administration (concentration) Pre-Dentistry (pre-professional) Pre-Law (pre-professional) Pre-Medicine (pre-professional) Pre-Optometry (pre-professional) Pre-Osteopathy (pre-professional) Pre-Physical Therapy (pre-professional) Pre-Podiatry (pre-professional) Pre-Seminary (pre-professional) Pre-Veterinary Medicine (pre-professional) Psychology Social Work Sociology Theatre Theology Undecided/Exploratory Youth, Family & Education Ministry

Vincennes University

Vincennes

Level of study offered: Certificate, Associate's Degree

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 8,462 Men: 54.6% Women: 45.4% Minorities: 738 International: 159 Students from out of state: 7%

Costs In-state tuition: $3,346 Out-of-state tuition: $7,902 In-state per-credit charge: $92 Out-of-state per-credit charge: $209 Other fees: $210 On-campus room and board: $5,288

Admission Requirements Application fee: $20 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Freshman retention rate: 48

Contact Information Vincennes University Vincennes (812)888-8888 Admissions phone: (812)888-4313 Admissions fax: (812)888-5868 Web site: www.vinu.edu

Programs of Study

Agricultural Business And Production Agribusiness: A Agribusiness Certificate: C Agribusiness/Applicator Specialist Option: A Horticulture Technology: A

Business Management and Administrative Services Abstracting Certificate: C Accounting: C, A Administration Office Tech/Information Processing Certificate: C Administration Office Tech/Office Software Spec Certificate: C Administrative Office Technology: A Banking Certificate: C Bowling Industry Management and Technology: A Bus Management/Entrepreneurship Option: A Bus Management/Organizational Leadership Option: A Business Administration: A Business Finance: A Business Management: A Clerical-General Certificate: C Clerk-Accounting Certificate: C Clerk-Insurance Certificate: C Clerk-Medical Certificate: C Hotel and Motel Management: A Insurance: A Management Training Certificate: C Network Administration: A Rosen Management Certificate: C Secretarial/Administrative Assistant Option: A Secretarial/Legal Option: A Secretarial/Medical Option: A Small Business Studies Certificate: C Total Quality Management Certificate: C

Communications Telecommunications Technology: C, A

Communications Technologies Broadcasting: A Broadcasting/Sales Option: A Multimedia Communications: A

Computer and Information Sciences Camp Programming Tech, AS/400 Option: A Computer Automation Certificate: C Computer Integrated Manufacturing Certificate: C Computer Programming AS/400 Certificate: C Computer Programming Tech/Networking Option: A Computer Programming Technology: A Information Technology: A Microcomputer Specialist Certificate: C Web Publishing and Design Certificate: C

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Hazardous Materials Technology: C, A Law Enforcement, Conservation: A

Construction Trades Construction Tech/Building Materials Marketing Option: A Construction Technology: A

Education Education/Art Concentration--All Grade: A Education/Art Concentration--Secondary: A Education/Business Concentration: A Education/Chemistry Concentration: A Education/Early Childhood Concentration: A Education/Elementary Concentration: A Education/English Concentration: A Education/Family and Consumer Science Concentration: A Education/Health Promotion--Education Concentration: A Education/Kindergarten--Primary Concentration: A Education/Mathematics Concentration: A Education/Music Concentration--All Grade: A Education/Music Concentration--Secondary: A Education/Physical Education Concentration: A Education/Secondary Concentration: A Education/Special Education Concentration: A Education/Speech Concentration: A Education/Technology Concentration: A PE/Fitness-Wellness--Personal Trainer Option: A PE/Sport Studies Option: A PE/Sports Medicine--Athletic Training Option: A Physical Education: A

Engineering-Related Technologies Building Maintenance Certificate: C CIM/General Industrial Maintenance Option: A Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology: A Computer Maintenance Technician Certificate: C Computer Networking Adv. WAN Technology Certificate: C Computer Networking LAN Technology Certificate: C Computer Networking WAN Technology Certificate: C Elec Tech/All Technology Option: A Elec Tech/Computer Networking LAN Option: A Elec Tech/Computer Networking WAN Option: A Elec Tech/Specialist Option: A Electronics Tech/Biomedical Option: A Electronics Tech/Computer Repair Technician Option: A Electronics Technology: A Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Certificate: C Laser and Electro-Optics Technology: A Laser Technology Certificate: C Pro/Engineer Certificate: C Surveying Tech/Civil Drafting-CAD Option: A Surveying Tech/GIS-GPS Remote Sensing Option: A Surveying Technology: A

Foreign Languages and Literatures American Sign Language: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences AD Nursing/Accelerated Option for LPNs: A Assistive Technology: C, A Emergency Medical Services: A EMS/Instructor Option: A EMS/Management Option: A EMS/Paramedic Certificate: C Gen Studies/AD Nursing: C, A Ben Studies/Health Information Management: C, A Gen Studies/Physical Therapy Assistant: C, A Gen Studies/Practical Nursing: C, A Gen Studies/Respiratory Care Practitioner: C, A Ben Studies/Surgical Technology: C, A Health Information Management: A HIM/Coding Option Certificate: C HIM/Coding Specialist Certificate: C HIM/Home-Based Transcription Certificate: C HIM/Transcriptionist Option Certificate: C Nursing, Associate Degree: A Nursing, Practical: C Organizational Leadership Certificate: C Pharmacy Technician Certificate: C Physical Therapy Assistant: A Polysomnographic Technologist Certificate: C Pre-Dental Hygiene: C Radiography: C, A Respiratory Care Practitioner: A Sure Tech Certificate/Accelerated Option: C Sure Tech/Certification Completion Certificate: C Surgical Technology: A

Home Economics Fam and Cons Science/Child Care Option: A Fam and Cons Science/Dietetics Option: A Fam and Cons Science/Fashion Merchandising Option: A Fam and Cons Science/Interior Design Option: A Family and Consumer Sciences: A Professional Nanny Certificate: C

Law and Legal Studies Clerk-Legal Certificate: C Legal Assistant/Paralegal: A

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Genera/Studies and Humanities Business Studies Option (General Studies): A Gen Studies/Radiography: C, A Gen Studies/Surgical Technology: A General Studies: A General Studies--Customized Certificate: C General Studies/Athletic Training Option: A General Studies/Health Occupations: A General Studies/Physical Education: A General Studies/Public Service: A General Studies/Social Science: A General Studies/Technology Division: A Liberal Arts: A Liberal Ads/Anthropology Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Economics Concentration: A Liberal Arts/English Concentration: A Liberal Arts/History Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Journalism Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Modern Foreign Languages Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Philosophy Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Photojournalism Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Political Science Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Pre-Law Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Print Media Advertising Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Public Administration Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Public Relations Concentration: A Liberal Arts/Social Science Concentration: A Technology Apprenticeship Option: A

Marketing Operations/Marketing and Distribution Marketing Management: A Marketing Management/International Trade Option: A Sales Training Certificate: C

Mathematics Math Sciences/Agricultural Engineering Concentration: A Math Sciences/Chemical Engineering Concentration: A Math Sciences/Civil Engineering Concentration: A Math Sciences/Computer Engineering Concentration: A Math Sciences/Computer Science Concentration: A Math Sciences/Electrical Engineering Concentration: A Math Sciences/Food Process Concentration: A Math Sciences/Mathematics Concentration: A Math Sciences/Mechanical Engineering Concentration: A Math Sciences/Pre-Engineering Concentration: A

Mechanics and Repairers Auto/Truck Body Repair and Refinishing Technology: A Auto/Truck Body Repair Certificate: C Automotive Technology: A Aviation Maintenance Technology: C, A Bowling Equipment Mechanics Tech Certificate: C Diesel, Truck and Heavy Equip Tech/ Ag-Tech Option: A Diesel, Truck and Heavy Equipment Technology: C, A

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Bio+Phys Science/Pre-Environmental Health Science Concentration: A Bio+Phys Science/Pre-Health Inform Administration Concentration: A Bio+phys Science/Pre-Occupational Therapy Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Biology Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Biology Lab Assistant Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Chemistry Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Chemistry Lab Assistant Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Physics Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Chiropractic Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Dentistry: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Medical Tech Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Medicine Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Nuclear Medicine Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Optometry Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Pharmacy Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Physical Therapy Concentration: A Bio+Phys Sciences/Pre-Physician Assistant Concentration: A

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Physical Fitness Leadership Certificate: C Recreation Activities Leadership Certificate: C Recreation Management: A Recreation Management/Correctional Option: A Recreation Management/Outdoor Option: A Recreation Management/Sport Management Option: A Recreation Management/Therapeutic Option: A

Personal and Miscellaneous Services Cosmetology: A Culinary Arts: A Funeral Service Education: A Gen Studies/Funeral Service Education: C, A Restaurant and Food Service Management: A

Physical Sciences Gen Science/Agriculture Concentration: A Gen Science/Earth Sciences Concentration: A Gen Science/Food Science Concentration: A Ben Science/Forestry and Conservation Concentration: A Gen Science/Gen Studies--Science and Math Concentration: A Gen Science/Geography Concentration: A Gen Science/Geology Concentration: A Gen Science/Natural Resources and Environmental Concentration: A Gen Science/Pre-Veterinary Concentration: A Gen Science/Remote Sensing Concentration: A

Precision Production Trades AutoCAD Certificate: C Drafting and Design/CAD, Industrial: A Drafting Technology, Architectural: A Industrial Graphics Fundamentals Certificate: C Machine Trades Tech/Injection Mold Tooling Option: A Machine Trades Technology (Tool and Die): A Metalworking Technology Certificate: C Printing Technology Certificate: C Printing Technology (Prepress): A Printing Technology/Press Option: A Welding Technology Certificate: C

Protective Services Corrections: A Fire Science and Safety Technology: A Fire Science and Safety Technology Certificate: C Law Enforcement: A Law Enforcement/Law Enforcement Studies Option: A Loss Prevention and Safety: A

Psychology Behavioral Sciences: A Behavioral Sciences/Community Rehabilitation Certificate: C Behavioral Sciences/Gerontology Option: A Behavioral Sciences/Multicultural Studies Option: A Behavioral Sciences/Psychology Option: A Behavioral Sciences/Social-Industrial Relations Certificate: C Behavioral Sciences/Sociology Option: A Behavioral Sciences/Substance Abuse Certificate: C

Public Administration and Services Social Work: A

Transportation and Materials Moving Workers Aviation Flight Tech/Airway Science Option: A Aviation Flight Technology, General: C, A Aviation Management/Transport Category Aircraft Tech Certificate: C Commercial Pilot Certificate: C Non-Destructive Testing Certificate: C

Visual and Performing Arts Art--Design, Graphic Design/Visual Comm Emphasis: A Audio Recording: A Comm Art and Design/Computer Graphics Option: A Comm Art and Design/Multimedia Option: A Commercial Art and Design: A Fine Ads/Art--Studio Concentration: A Fine Arts/Costume Construction Concentration: A Fine Ads/Music Theatre Concentration: A Fine Arts/Music--Fine Arts Concentration: A Fine Ads/Pre-Art Therapy Concentration: A Fine Arts/Technical Theatre Concentration: A Fine Arts/Theatrical Dance Concentration: A Fine Arts/Theatrical Production Concentration: A Music--Audio Recording: C, A

Vincennes University-Jasper

Jasper

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 1,876

Costs In-state tuition: $3,346 Out-of-state tuition: $7,902

Contact Information Vincennes University-Jasper Jasper (812)482-3030 Admissions phone: (812)481-5906 Admissions fax: (812)481-5906 Web site: vujc.vinu.edu

Programs of Study

Business Management and Administrative Services Accounting: A Banking: C Business Administration: A Business Finance: A Business Management: A Business Studies: A Furniture Production Management: A Management Training: C Organizational Leadership: C Secretarial-Administrative Assistant: A Secretarial-General: A Secretariat-Information Processing: C Secretarial-Legal: A Secretarial-Medical: A Secretarial-Office Software Specialist: A Total Quality Management: C Workplace Computing Skills: C

Computer and Information Sciences Computer Programming Technology: C, A Microcomputer Specialist: C

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources Forestry Management: C

Education Business Education: A Elementary Education: A Secondary Education: A

Health Professions and Related Sciences Health Information Management-Coding: A Health Information Management-Transcription: A Nursing: A Practical Nursing: C

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities General Studies: A Liberal Arts: A

Precision Production Trades CAB Furniture Design: C Furniture Production Technology: A

Protective Services Law Enforcement: A

Psychology Psychology: A

Public Administration and Services Social Work: A

Social Sciences and History Behavioral Science-Sociology: A Social Science: A

Wabash College

Crawfordsville

Level of study offered: Bachelor's Degree

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment Total: 861 Men: 100.0% Women: 0.0% Minorities: 104 International: 45 Students from out of state: 26%

Costs In state tuition: $22,274 Out-of-state tuition: $22,274 Other fees: $368

Admission Requirements Application deadline: 3/15 Application fee: $30 Electronic application available

Other Admission Information Applications received: 1,287 Applications accepted: 646

Contact Information Wabash College Crawfordsville (765)361-6100 Admissions phone: (765)361-6225 Admissions fax: (765)361-6437 Web site: www.wabash.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences Biology, General: B

Education Teacher Education: B

English Language and Literature/Letters English Language & Literature, General: B Speech and Rhetorical Studies: B

Foreign Languages and Literatures Classics & Classical Language and Literature: B German Language & Literature: B Spanish Language and Literature: B

Mathematics Mathematics: B

Philosophy and Religion Philosophy: B Religion/Religious Studies: B

Physical Sciences Chemistry, General: B Physics, General: B

Psychology Psychology, General: B

Social Sciences and History Economics, General: B History, General: B Political Science, General: B

Visual and Performing Arts Drama/Theater Arts, General: B Fine Arts & Art Studies, Other: B Music, General: B

Degrees Legend: C=Certificate A=Associate's B=Bachelor's M=Master's P=Professional S=Specialist D=Doctorate
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