Indiana University

We are anticipating that the 2014-16 IUPUI Campus Bulletin will be published and viewable soon via the above "Campus Bulletin" link.  To prepare for that transition, we have removed links to the 2012-14 version.  If you have program specific questions that cannot be answered after researching our site, please contact us at (317) 278-4752 or email

The Indiana University School of Medicine Health Professions Programs offer degrees and course work in:

Emergency Medical Services

(EMT Basic open to all IUPUI students)

Clinical Laboratory Science, B.S.

Cytotechnology, B.S.

Histotechnology, A.S. or Certificate

Medical Imaging Technology, B.S.

Nuclear Medicine Technology, B.S.

Paramedic Science, A.S.

Radiation Therapy, B.S.

Radiography, A.S.

Respiratory Therapy, B.S.

The above programs are housed within appropriate clinical departments in the Indiana University School of Medicine but are collectively called the Health Professions Programs.  These programs are committed to the excellent preparation of health personnel who have a concern for the well-being of the people they serve.  The programs integrate teaching, research, and service through the efforts of their faculty and student.  This integration results in high-quality programs that have a significant positive impact on health care.

Advising Appointments/Questions

To meet with an advising in the Health Professions Program Administrative Office, please call (317) 278-4752 or email

An academic advisor from our office also is available in the Health and Life Science Academic and Career Advising Center (Hine Hall, Suite 241) each week on Tuesday mornings.  For appointments at that location, please use the same contact information listed above.

Mailing Address/Contact Information (As of 2/14/14)

Van Nuys Medical Sciences (MS)
635 Barnhill Dr, Room 203
Indianapolis, IN  46202

Detailed Directions to Office and Parking Recommendation

Phone: 317.278.4752

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