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A.S. in Informatics at Ivy Tech to B.S. in Informatics at IUPUI

It's Not Too Late to Launch Your Future

Student applications for the 2020-21 school year will be accepted until August 14 via the ApplyIU platform only. Applicants who apply up through this date will have until August 18 to submit all needed transcripts and materials to be reviewed for the fall semester. We will also continue to award admission-based scholarships for those who meet the qualification criteria.

Students must earn a C or higher in all courses, as well as a cumulative grade point average of a 2.0 or higher in order to graduate. Students must reach a minimum number of 120 credit hours to graduate, but may exceed 120 depending upon the selected area of specialization. Some courses may be completed during the summer if desired, to lighten the course load during the semester and ensure on-time graduation.

Curriculum details

Plan of Study

Semester 5

Semester 6

Semester 7

Semester 8

* Students at Ivy Tech can choose either CSCI 101 Computer Science or SDEV 140
Intro to Software Development toward their Informatics AS. CSCI 101 will
count as an elective, while SDEV 140 will fulfill INFO-I 210, a required
course. HOWEVER, it is recommended that you also take SDEV 200 at Ivy Tech,
as students who take SDEV 140 are not prepared for IUPUI’s INFO-I 211 (SDEV
200 will fulfill this requirement). If you take SDEV 200, which is not a
requirement in the Ivy Tech TSAP curricula, the course may not be eligible
for financial aid. This class can, however, be taken after transferring to
IUPUI by completing a guest student application through the Passport Office
as long as you are not using more than 64 credits from Ivy Tech toward the
Informatics BS. If you are not able to complete both SDEV 140 and SDEV 200
at Ivy Tech, you will need to retake INFO-I 210 at IUPUI in order to take
the sequential course of INFO-I 211 at IUPUI.

For additional details on the 2+2 Agreement, please visit the Passport Office.