Health Professions 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.
Curriculum for each of these undergraduate-level medical educational programs integrates research, teaching and service to reflect the real-world of care delivery and prepare graduates for successful careers in the healthcare system. The IU School of Medicine Health Professions Programs are accredited as part of Indiana University through the Higher Learning Commissions as a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, the programs are individually accredited by appropriate governing agencies within the discipline. Find more information on the individual program pages.
Undergraduate Health Professions Degrees
When visiting the offices of the undergraduate Health Professions Programs offices, refer to the IUPUI Parking Map and use either the Riley Outpatient Parking Garage (XE) or the Vermont Street Parking Garage (XB). Information about access for oversized vehicles is also available on that site.
Technical Standards for Admission and Retention
IU School of Medicine’s Health Professions Programs have Technical Standards for Admission and Retention of Students for both the laboratory science programs and patient care programs. Students are expected to uphold these requirements throughout enrollment in the program. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the program director immediately of any potential changes.