Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Indiana - United States
After many years of offering courses at separate locations in Fort Wayne, Indiana University and Purdue University opened the combined campus of IPFW in 1964.
Major facilities opened during the early 1990s included the Visual Arts Building, Williams Theatre and the Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science Building. A new campus facilities master plan was completed in 1995, and IPFW’s first Strategic Plan was completed that same year. The Science Building opened in 1998.
IPFW’s mission is to meet the higher education needs of northeast Indiana. We offer a broad range of high-quality undergraduate,graduate, and continuing education programs that meet regional needs, support excellence in teaching and learning, advance and share knowledge through research and creative endeavor, and work with the community to develop intellectual, cultural, economic, and human resources.
IPFW will be a nationally recognized university, known for its regional impact and:
- the excellence, value, and accessibility of its academic programs.
- an exceptional environment for teaching, learning, and student achievement.
- the scholarly and creative accomplishments of its faculty, students, and staff.
- its contributions to the quality of life of the region.
Media and Public Communication
Business Administration (MBA)
For detailed information please contact University.
|Undergraduate [Full time/15 credit hours = $3,896.25]
|Nonresident—$636.40 per credit hour
|Resident—$326.65 per credit hour
|Undergraduate/Graduate Online Distance Learning
|Nonresident—$354.90 per credit hour