Indiana University Southeast’s Masters of Business Administration program is among the nation’s best, according to The Princeton Review.
The Princeton Review features IU Southeast in the 2018 edition of its annual “The Best Business Schools” rankings. The company’s best on-campus M.B.A. list is based on a combination of institutional and student survey data, including career outcomes, admissions selectivity, and academic rigor, among others.
“Only our very best faculty teach in the M.B.A. program, and all of them are experts in their fields,” School of Business Dean David Eplion said. “They provide real world, practical problems for their students to tackle, and they make themselves readily available to provide guidance. Our program is quite rigorous and covers a number of contemporary business topics such as financial analysis, sustainability, workplace diversity and data analytics. This helps ensure that our graduates leave here well prepared to assume leadership roles in our rapidly evolving global economy.”
Here’s what IU Southeast students had to say about the School of Business’s M.B.A. program (full report available here):
- Flexible class offerings: The evening classes and curriculum lets students pace themselves according to their availability and work schedules, and the coursework is “engaging” with challenging material that “forces us to think about things in different ways and apply that material to our current jobs or see how it would apply to someone in a different role.”
- Expert faculty: The “dedicated” professors “bring a wealth of personal business experience to class,” “are passionate about what they teach,” and implement real-life examples at every turn of the page. “Professors make all of the difference in the world,” says a student. “They understand that most of us have jobs and families are flexible with our schedules.”
- Personal attention: Faculty stay after class and “give attention to any topic, small or large that is of concern to their students.” “The fact that our classroom sizes are roughly 15 to 20 students gives us a great opportunity to get to know both the students and professors on a more personal level,” says a student.
- Helpful community: Students “are extremely helpful and conduct themselves in a way that is very friendly” and “usually socialize with each other and professors.”
IU Southeast’s School of Business is one of 267 outstanding on-campus M.B.A. programs The Princeton Review profiles as part of Best Business Schools 2018. For its 2018 rankings, The Princeton Review surveys 23,000 on-campus M.B.A. programs, specifically focusing on academic experience, teaching effectiveness and accessibility of professors, and career-readiness focus. The Review does not rank the business schools in the book on a single hierarchical list.
Visit www.ius.edu/mba for degree information, schedule of classes and cost breakdown.