Additional Medical Education Programs in Indianapolis
IU School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education programs provide primary, secondary, tertiary and inpatient quartiary care; ambulatory care; emergency care; and community health through affiliations with teaching hospitals and partnerships with many prestigious research and care centers on the Indianapolis campus and across the state that are staffed by IU School of Medicine faculty. Explore the IU School of Medicine residency and fellowship programs available in Indianapolis.
IU School of Medicine-Indianapolis offers a variety of programs that lead to a Master’s degree or a PhD. Combined degree programs and doctoral minors are also available. Learn more about the IU School of Medicine Graduate Division programs.
IU School of Medicine offers undergraduate degrees in core areas of health professions and undergraduate coursework. The Health Professions Program offerings at the Indianapolis campus cover ten areas of focus and are designed to train and prepare critical personnel for delivery of wellness and medical care. Each program is administered by faculty within the related clinical department of IU School of Medicine.
For practicing physicians, the IU School of Medicine Division of Continuing Medical Education applies evidence-based adult learning principles that recognize different learning preferences and styles to develop live learning opportunities (such as symposia, conferences, workshops, seminars, live webcasts, mini-fellowships and regularly scheduled sessions) as well as materials in print, multimedia and Internet-based formats to improve population health status and outcomes.