Graduate Programs

Whether you need a master’s degree to advance your career, are on the pathway to a Ph.D., or simply looking to pursue your passion, Indiana University Northwest can help you achieve your goals.

We offer a variety of graduate degrees and post-baccalaureate certificates. Many are offered online or as hybrid programs that combine online and on-campus courses.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

College of Arts and Sciences

Liberal Studies (MLS)

An interdisciplinary program that allows you to create your own sequence of courses to study your individual interests. Focus on a single discipline or combine multiple areas of academic study.

Program Contact:
Scooter Pegram

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Computer Information Systems (MSCIS)

Increase your skills or pursue continued study in information technology-related fields. Study systems management and administration, computer science, data mining, cybersecurity and more.

Program Contact:
Bhaskara Kopparty

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Clinical Counseling (MSCC)

With a specialization in Drug and Alcohol Counseling, this hands-on program prepares you for a variety of careers in addiction counseling and the opportunity to pursue Indiana licensure.

Program Contact:
Mary Ann Fischer

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College of Health and Human Services

Public Affairs (MPA)

Choose from four tracks: Health Services Administration, Criminal Justice, Nonprofit Management, and Public Management. Includes opportunities for community engagement and research.

Program Contact:
Dawn Samson

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Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN FNP)

Designed to prepare registered nurses with advanced practice knowledge for the role of primary health care provider. A year-round program designed to be completed on a part-time basis.

Program Contact:
Linda Delunas

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Social Work (MSW)

Led by the IU School of Social Work, the oldest university-affiliated school in the nation, this part-time evening program offers concentrations in mental health and addictions, health, and school social work.

Program Contact:
Darlene Lynch

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School of Education

Elementary or Secondary Education (MS)

A problem-based learning curriculum for licensed teachers that promotes deeper understanding of educational research and how to apply it toward helping all learners.

Program Contact:
Kelly Zieba

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Educational Leadership
(MSED)

Designed for experienced teachers, this program emphasizes the practical application of theory, encourages reflective thinking, and provides extensive field experiences.

Program Contact:
Kelly Zieba

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Elementary or Secondary
Education: Special Education Focus (MS)

For students with a bachelor’s degree in any area. Earn your initial teaching license in Special Education: Mild Intervention, plus a master of science in Elementary or Secondary Education.

Program Contact: 
Kelly Zieba

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Secondary Education: Urban Option (MS)

For students with a bachelor’s degree in any area. Earn your initial teaching license in English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, or Visual Arts, plus a master of science in Secondary Education.

Program Contact: 
Kelly Zieba

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School of Business and Economics

Business Administration (MBA)

Widely recognized as the region’s best MBA. Choose from a weekend program with an international study component at IU Northwest or our Michigan City satellite location, and a weeknight hybrid program at IU Northwest.

Program Contact: Rocio Payne

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GRADUATE/POST-BACCALAUREATE CERTIFICATES