New deal builds pipeline for students seeking specialized bachelor's degrees in business
The University of Indianapolis and Ivy Tech Community College have reached an agreement that will allow qualified graduates from two-yearIvy Techbusiness programs to transfer into several business bachelor's degree specialties at UIndy.
"We're responding to the message we hear repeatedly from students, employers and community leaders,” saidSheela Yadav, dean of the UIndy School of Business. "Higher-education institutions have to work together in making college more accessible, cultivating future business leaders and keeping them in Indiana.”
The agreement involves Associate of Science degrees at Ivy Tech feeding into Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts programs in the UIndy School of Business, specifically:
A.S. in Computer Information Systems to B.S. in Information Systems;
A.S. in Accounting to B.S. in Accounting;
A.S. in Business Administration to B.A. in International Business or B.S. in Business Education, Economics, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Global Leadership, Human Resources Management, International Business, Marketing, Sports Marketing or Operations and Supply Chain Management.