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Division of Allied Health Sciences Visit the Division of Allied Health Sciences home page

Welcome to the Indiana University Kokomo Division of Allied Health Sciences, a recognized leader in allied health science education and clinical practice. The field of health care is rapidly growing and constantly in need of skilled health care professionals. For those considering a career in health care, our Allied Health Sciences programs may be an option. Established in 2002, the division is now home to four undergraduate degree programs, three minor programs, and one certificate program in various professional disciplines.


Health Professions Programs

School of Business Visit the School of Business home page

Welcome to the School of Business. In today’s business world, it’s imperative to not only be knowledgeable, but competitive as well. Your competitive edge will come from the knowledge, experience, and skills you will acquire in courses taught by outstanding faculty in the School of Business at Indiana University Kokomo. You can earn a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in the School of Business.



  • Business (B.S.)
    Concentrations in: Accounting • Finance and Economics • Management • Marketing

School of Education Visit the School of Education home page

There is perhaps no other career which inspires and transforms the next generation more than teaching. The School of Education faculty is dedicated to helping you on your path to becoming an educator. Our dedication and commitment to teaching and learning helps enable our graduates to secure satisfying professional positions and enjoy rewarding careers in the classroom. Individuals who successfully complete one of our Teacher Education Programs and state mandated tests are eligible to apply for the appropriate license. In addition, Indiana has a reciprocal agreement with approximately 40 other states. You can earn a bachelors degree and a master's degree in education at IU Kokomo.



  • Elementary Education
  • Change to Education (C2E) Secondary
  • Change to Education (C2E) Secondary Special Education

Department of Hospitality and Tourism Visit the Department of Hospitality and Tourism home page

The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism is to provide a degree program for students who desire to work in the growing hospitality arena. Today’s hospitality and tourism industry needs professionally educated individuals. Graduates will be qualified to work in amusement parks, hotels and motels, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, travel agencies, convention centers, and as event and meeting planners. 


School of Humanities and Social Sciences  Visit the School of Humanities and Social Sciences home page

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is the center of IU Kokomo's academic and intellectual life, offering many major areas of study as well as general education courses for majors outside of the school. The school includes four departments which provide course work for both Bachelor of Arts degrees and Bachelor of Science degrees.


  • Communication Arts (B.A. • B.S.):
    Concentrations in: Journalism (B.A. • B.S.) • Public Communications (B.A. • B.S.) • Public Relations/Corporate Communications (B.A. • B.S.)
  • English (B.A.):
    Concentrations in: Language and Literature • Pre-Law • Writing, Editing, and Media
  • Humanities (B.A.)
  • New Media, Art, & Technology (B.S. • B.F.A. • B.A.):
    Concentrations in: Digital Media (B.A. • B.S.)  • Graphic Design (B.A. • B.F.A. • B.S.) • Studio Art (B.A. • B.F.A.) • Web Design (B.A. • B.S.)

Former Programs

We are no longer enrolling new students into the following programs. They have been replaced by the New Media, Art, & Technology program. They are listed here for students previously enrolled in the programs.


  • Fine Arts (B.A. • B.F.A.)
  • New Media Communication (B.A. • B.S.):
    Concentrations in: Creative Digital Development (B.A. • B.S.)  • Graphic Design (B.A. • B.S.) • Web Design (B.A. • B.S.)




  • Psychology (B.A. • B.S.):
    Tracks in: General Science (B.S.)
    • Psychological Science (B.S.)


Department of Sociology, History, and Political Science Visit the Department of Sociology, History, and Polical Science home page


  • History/Political Science (B.A. • B.S.):
    Tracks in: Balanced (B.S.) • History (B.A. • B.S.) • Law and Society (B.A.) • Political Science (B.A. • B.S.)
  • Sociology (B.A. • B.S.):
    Tracks in: Traditional (B.A. • B.S.) • Applied Sociology/Human Services (B.A. • B.S.)
    Concentrations in: Children and Families (B.A. • B.S.) • Crime and Society (B.A. • B.S.)

School of Nursing  Visit the School of Nursing home page

It is a great time to become a nurse. The health care field is growing and changing rapidly, providing opportunities for exciting careers. If you’re looking for a quality education rich in hands-on experience in nursing, led by a faculty dedicated to preparing competent, compassionate and excellent nurses, then our nursing programs are for you.


  • Nursing (M.S.N.)
    Tracks: Administration • Education


  • Nursing (B.S.N.)
    Tracks: Pre-Licensure • R.N. to B.S.N.

Department of Public Administration and Health Management Visit the Department of Public Administration and Health Management home page

Welcome to the Department of Public Administration and Health Management. We provide a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration and Health Management and a Master of Public Management. A degree in public administration prepares you for a career in public and nonprofit management. Both public and nonprofit organizations need individuals to oversee and lead their operations. If you are interested in creating change and making a difference through your leadership skills, a degree in public administration is for you.



School of Sciences Visit the School of Sciences home page

In the School of Sciences, we offer students small class sizes and research opportunities with faculty. Our programs prepare students for the path they want to take, whether it's a career right after college or entrance into a graduate or a professional school. Our graduates work for a variety of businesses in scientific fields and in information systems.


  • Biochemistry (B.S.)
  • Biological and Physical Sciences (B.A. • B.S.)
    Tracks in: Earth and Sustainability Sciences (B.S.)
  • Biology  (B.A. • B.S.)
  • Chemical Biology (B.S.)
  • Chemistry (B.A. • B.S.)
  • General Studies (B.G.S.)
  • Informatics (B.S.)
  • Mathematics (B.A. • B.S.)

Pre-Professional Programs

A bachelor’s degree in one of the following may be required for the pre-professional programs above: Biochemistry, Biological and Physical Sciences, or Biology.

Last updated: 11/13/2015