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Degrees in the Health Professions Programs

Indiana University School of Medicine offers Bachelor of Science and Associate of Science degree programs to train and prepare critical personnel in health care. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in health care roles is projected to grow 13 percent from 2021 to 2031, much faster than the average for all jobs. The Health Professions Programs train students to fill these crucial positions in the health care system.

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Academic Advising

Academic counseling and guidance is available. Students are responsible for seeking such counseling and guidance and for planning courses of study to meet degree requirements.

Program faculty reserve the right to require students whose program course of study is interrupted for any reason to meet requirements as specified by the director of the program and the School’s dean or the dean’s designee. Changes in the student’s original program may be necessary when, for example, a curriculum has been revised, offerings are no longer available, significant changes in curriculum content have occurred, or repetition of material is deemed essential to assure continuity of clinical competency.

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