Degrees & Programs

YOU can make a difference!

IU Northwest provides students and faculty with access to a large and diverse patient population.

IU Northwest graduates hold a vaunted position in the region’s top hospitals, medical facilities, schools, corporations, and research labs due to the strong collaborative partnerships between the school and statewide teaching hospitals and other clinical facilities.


  • Medicine

    Study in a populated urban region while focusing on primary care and other specialties of need in medically underserved communities.

  • Nursing

    Prepare for a career in nursing with our nationally accredited undergraduate and graduate programs.

  • Public & Environmental Affairs (SPEA)

    Pursue a meaningful career in criminal justice, health services management, or public affairs.

  • Social Work

    Gain different viewpoints and perspectives on a diverse campus to prepare you for a career in social work or labor studies.


  • Applied Health Science

    Get ready for an in-demand job market with our community health educator and health administration tracks.

  • Dental Education

    Obtain hands-on, clinical experience in our dental assistant and dental hygiene programs.

  • Health Information Management

    Work in a rapidly growing field planning, collecting, aggregating, analyzing, and disseminating patient and clinical data.

  • Radiologic Sciences

    Earn your AS radiography degree or a BS degree with a focus in one of the advanced imaging modalities, medical sonography, or radiation therapy.


  • Urban Public Health

    Acquire a broad understanding of public health principles and their application in an urban context.

  • Health Information Administration

    Learn the licensure, regulatory, and legal requirements of healthcare documentation and electronic medical record management.