Schools and Divisions
The programs of the IWU College of Adult and Professional Studies are convenient, designed specifically for the needs of adult learners, and encompass a wide range of areas.
DeVoe School of Business
The DeVoe School of Business offers dynamic programs that build on the knowledge our students bring to the classroom and help shape them into lifelong learners. The School provides degree-oriented educational opportunities to working adults when occupation and family responsibilities make it difficult to spend major blocks of time in residence on campus. Our programs and graduates are key components in workforce development in the communities we serve.
School of Educational Leadership
The IWU School of Educational Leadership offers dynamic programs that serve to apply the mission of IWU by drawing teachers, administrators and other school personnel into an integrated experience of intellectual challenge, spiritual growth and leadership development. Our programs call candidates to Christian character and academic excellence, equip them for success in their disciplines, mentor them in leadership, and prepare them for service.
School of Service and Leadership
The IWU School of Services and Leadership offers a variety of Adult Education Programs to help you meet your own personal and professional goals in the areas of Addictions Counseling, Criminal Justice, Ministry and more.
Division of Liberal Arts
The IWU Division of Liberal Arts Associate of Science - General Studies, Bachelor of Science - General Studies and Bachelor of Science - Human Communication Studies allow you to transfer in courses taken at other institutions, choose from numerous concentrations or create one of your own, and complete courses convenient to your schedule and location.
Our offering of undergraduate electives can help you get the additional credits you need to graduate, prepare you to begin one of our accelerated degree programs, or allow you to take a few courses for personal growth or skill development.
Last updated: 02/24/2016