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Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis - 2016

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General Admissions

Entrance Requirements and Recommendations

Requirements

Undergraduate Engineering
Admission Requirements
In determining the qualifications of an applicant
to undergraduate engineering programs, the Office
of Admissions uses the following criteria:
1. Graduation from a high school accredited by
a state Department of Public Instruction.
2. The extent to which the student meets or exceeds
the following minimum requirements:
a. All applicants high school records must
include the following:
8 semesters of mathematics, including
precalculus, trigonometry, or math analysis;
calculus is recommended;
8 semesters of English;
6 semesters of science with labs including a
year of chemistry; physics is recommended;
6 semesters of social sciences;
4 semesters of additional college preparatory
courses selected from mathematics, English,
science, foreign language, and social sciences.
Academic honors diploma is highly
recommended.
Indiana residents must have a high school APA of 3.0.
b. An applicant's admission as a new student
into the Purdue School of Engineering and
Technology at IUPUI is determined by a
combination of rank in class, test scores,
probability of success, grade average in
college preparatory subjects, grades in
courses related to the degree objective,
trends in achievement, completion of high
school subject matter requirements, and the
strength of the college preparatory program.
All applicants who have not completed a full
year of college work are required to take the
SAT-I or the ACT.
c. All applicants who have not completed a full
year of college work are required to take the
College Entrance Examination Board (CECEB),
Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), or
American College Test (ACT). For admission
to the engineering programs, minimum SAT
scores of 540 verbal (critical reading) and
570 mathematics or minimum ACT scores of
20 English and 24 mathematics are required.

Undergraduate Technology
Admission Requirements
In determining the qualifications of an applicant
to undergraduate technology programs, the Office
of Admissions uses the following criteria:
1. Graduation from a high school accredited
by a state Department of Public Instruction.
2. The extent to which the student meets or exceeds
the following minimum requirements:
a. All applicants' high school records must
include the following:
8 semesters of mathematics, including
precalculus, trigonometry, or math analysis; calculus is recommended;
8 semesters of English;
6 semesters of science with labs; physics
and chemistry are recommended;
6 semesters of social sciences;
4 semesters of additional college preparatory
courses selected from mathematics, English,
science, foreign language, and social sciences.
Academic honors diploma is highly
recommended.
Indiana residents must have a high school GPA of 3.0.
b. An applicant's admission as a new student
into the Purdue School of Engineering and
Technology at IUPUI is determined by a
combination of rank in class, test scores,
probability of success, grade average in
college preparatory subjects, grades in
courses related to the degree objective,
trends in achievement, completion of high
school subject matter requirements, and the
strength of the college preparatory program.
c. All applicants who have not completed a full
year of college work are required to take the
College Entrance Examination Board (CECEB),
Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), or American
College Test (ACT). For admission to
the engineering programs, minimum SAT
scores of 500 verbal (critical reading) and
530 mathematics or minimum ACT scores of
19 English and 21 mathematics are required.
d. Graduates of State of Indiana high school tech
prep programs are eligible for admission if
they have successfully completed the equivalent
tech prep courses listed in paragraph 2a above
and have complied with the requirements
of paragraphs 2b and 2c above.

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