Vincennes University and Ivy Tech Community College Partnership

 

Vincennes University and Ivy Tech Community College are announcing a new partnership which will begin this fall 2018 semester. Through this partnership, Ivy Tech graduates will be able to complete Homeland Security baccalaureate degree classwork on the Ivy Tech Indianapolis campus or online. This collaboration will provide a seamless, cost-effective degree pathway for students in high-demand, high-value careers. It starts with students completing their first two years and earning an associate degree with Ivy Tech Community College, then culminates in earning a Vincennes University bachelor’s degree in either Homeland Security and Public Safety or Homeland Security-Cyber and IT Security Concentration the two years following (for full-time students).  Students accepted by Vincennes into the program will transfer with junior status. 

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Programs Offered

Homeland Security and Public Safety

Homeland Security and Public Safety Cyber Security and Information Technology Concentration

 

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For returning users to the Admissions application system: Click here

 

VU Admission Requirements

Admission as a student to Vincennes University leading to a bachelor’s degree requires either:

  1. official Ivy Tech transcripts with 24 hours of completed, transferable coursework, or

  2. a high school diploma (request transcript using Parchment.com), or

  3. an official General Educational Development (GED) or Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) transcript

 

Program Requirements

Completed Ivy Tech Associate Degree and a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average

Degrees that will transfer seamlessly into the Homeland Security and Public Safety program at Vincennes:

  • Informatics
  • Criminal Justice
  • Homeland Security/Public Safety
  • Legal Studies
  • Cybersecurity/Information Assurance
  • Information Technology
 

Meet the faculty:

Jaci Lee Lederman Associate Professor, and Department Chair, Information Technology
(Read her bio)

Louis Caprino Associate Professor, and Department Chair, Homeland Security & Public Safety
(Read his bio)

 

Cost:

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Questions:

Admissions questions contact: The Admissions Office

Program questions contact: The College of Business and Public Service at 812.888.6965