Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), a research and academic health sciences university in downtown Indianapolis, operates as a partnership between Indiana and Purdue Universities. The IU system's second-largest campus, with 22 academic units and more than 29,000 students, IUPUI was one of 25 universities nationally ranked as "Saviors of Our Cities" in 2006.
Teacher Preparation at IUPUI
IUPUI's teacher preparation program for Fellows leverages its existing programs for career changers, with certification available in biology, chemistry, earth science, mathematics, physics, and technology. View more information.
Schools/Districts Working With IUPUI
The Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) is a core partner with IUPUI School of Education to provide field experiences to the Fellows who will have opportunities to experience teaching in innovative programs such as the New Tech High, Medical Magnet, and Project Lead the Way at three IPS high schools.
Tuition and Assistance at IUPUI
The cost of attending IUPUI in 2012 was approximately $18,053 for residents and $41,575 for non-residents. Click here for more Indiana partner university tuition information.