Indiana University (IU) Northwest offers numerous academic programs and learning options to suit the interests, goals and schedules of just about anyone.
Located in Gary, Indiana, Indiana University’s academics encompass bachelor’s, master’s and associate’s degrees as well as certificate programs.
At the undergraduate level, IU Northwest grants degrees in the liberal, fine and performing arts and sciences as well as Business, Economics, Public Health and Human Services.
Master’s degrees are awarded in such fields as Public Affairs, Clinical Counseling, Education, Social Work and Business Administration.
IU Northwest also offers pre-professional programs and professional certifications.
Schedules at IU also cater to a range of needs with daytime, evening, weekend, part-time and full-time options.
Admission to two-year and four-year programs is based on submission of an application and transcripts. Graduate school admission is based on the requirements of the individual departments.
Tuition costs vary depending on the program, and are significantly reduced for Indiana residents. Financial aid and payment plans are also available to those who qualify.
Quick Facts about Indiana University, Northwest
Mid-size City Setting
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