Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (10)
It was informative. It is good to have the degree but make sure it is really something you want to do. It is a waste of time and money if you get a degree in something you aren't interested in. I do appreciate the knowledge I gained from college.
I found the university to be very accessible. I do not agree with the choices the school is making to go all online. I think there is value in the classroom, but I have spoken with many people who say class times and campus is not accessible to them and without an online only option they would be unable to obtain a masters degree.
IUPUI is a diverse urban campus that allowed me to explore many different avenues. As an undergrad I was able to participate in scientific research and interact with other students who were as passionate about science as I was.
IU is a great place to be. There are so many amazing things going on academically. It's easy to get caught up in the party scene, but if you take a step back you realize the scope of activities going on all around you.
Professors beyond mediocre and we're largely uncaring. Masters program for family nurse practitioners was extremely unorganized and inadequate in its teachings and curriculum. Attending was a waste of time as more was obtained through self study and clinicals taught by/working with a non-faculty medical provider, than through their instruction.
It was a great way to learn, and gives you a wide area of experiences and study. Experience counts for a lot as well, so school and internships are key.
I like what SPEA has to offer, in terms of rigorous curriculum, excellent professors and mentors as well highly-responsive staff members. What I was trained here well bridged me to my doctoral program which I am starting in two weeks. Very excited about the new chapter in life. Highly recommended for those caring about providing public service and promoting public goods.
It's a commuter college that is trying to transform itself into a traditional college. It's a few blocks from downtown Indianapolis, providing access to the most prominent urban area in the state of Indiana. Most people live in the greater Indy metro area, so it's a little more difficult to make lasting relationships than at a traditional residential campus.
Medical coding is a very up and coming industry. The classes were all online and easy to manage. If you can stay organized- this online program would be great for you!
There was too much emphasis on culture and not enough on classroom management. They made me pay out of state tuition even after I moved to an apartment in Indianapolis and had met all the requirements for in state tuition. Some instructors/professors were great while others were not so good. Lots of freebies and love that the campus is so green.