VU Distance Education Licensure

& Certification Programs

Vincennes University’s professional licensure programs are designed to prepare students for certification or license in the state of Indiana. Licensure requirements vary by state/territory and can often change. Students who either reside in another state/territory or wish to obtain license in a state/territory other than Indiana may or may not have additional study, education, or training requirements.  VU Distance Education programs that prepare students for certification or licensing exams are: Funeral Service Education, Health Information Management, and Pharmacy Technology.  More information about these programs and their associated licensures/certifications can be found below:

As stated above, the programs listed are designed to prepare students for certification or license in the state of Indiana.  More information about the regulatory bodies for these programs within the State of Indiana can be found below:

Vincennes University has not made a determination of whether the curricula of the above programs meet the educational requirements for licensure/certification in any states/territories other than Indiana.  Students who intend to seek employment (in one of the three fields above) in a state/territory other than Indiana may or may not be subject to additional study, education, licensure, or training requirements.  Please see your state of residence or intended residence below for more information regarding our academic programs and how they apply to employment requirements for said state:


Vincennes University is an approved participant in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA).  NC-SARA has worked with the SARA State Portal Entities (SPEs) and regional compacts to create a Professional Licensure Directory, which provides contact information for five programs that lead to a professional license (not all programs are offered via Distance Education):