Congratulations! You just made an amazing step toward your academic and professional success by choosing the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI!
We know there are lots of things to consider when choosing a place to earn your degree and we are excited that you have selected IUPUI as one of your choices.
Our Outreach Team has spent that last 20+ years developing relationships with prospective students that continue on after students become alumni. See below for answers to some of the most common questions they receive.
Just follow the Admissions link and you're on your way of becoming a new member of this exciting educational community.
*Direct admission to the Music Technology and Music Therapy programs also require applicants to pass an audition. For additional information regarding direct admission to one of these programs and the audition, please visit:
Students who do not meet these direct admission requirements may have the opportunity to enter IUPUI through University College while they work toward their goals and meet the requirements of the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology.
First, be sure to read your admission letter carefully. It provides important information regarding your student orientation session and future enrollment. Next, the School of Engineering and TechnologyOffice of Student Serviceswould be delighted to hear from you and your plans to enroll. If you like, they can put you in touch with a School of Engineering and Technology student ambassador. (A student’s perspective can be so helpful!) They will also be happy to answer other questions that you may have regarding the School of Engineering and Technology and the IUPUI campus as well.
The School of Engineering and TechnologyNew Student Academic Advising Centerwill be available to assist you with developing your plan of study and choosing your classes. Typically, freshman students meet with the New Student Academic Advising Center staff during orientation.
Engineering is more theoretical and focuses on new innovation and design. Higher level math and science courses are required.
Engineering Technology is more hands on focusing on the implementation and extension of existing technologies. Math and science courses are required, but the focus is on application as opposed to theory as in an engineering program.
Click here to get additional important advice regarding registering for orientation, opening an IUPUI email account, paying for college, etc.
More than 2,000 students live on campus at IUPUI. There are a variety of options to choose from including a whole floor of students who are science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) majors. See HERE for more details.
The Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI has more than 18 degree programs to offer. For a complete list, click below.