Speaking about study at universities, you have to hear MBA, as many experts advise students to study the Master of Business Administration, especially in the U.S., because of its best business schools in the world such as University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Pennsylvania, University of Virginia, and Kelley, which is the business school at Indiana University.
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107 S Indiana Ave, Bloomington, IN 47405, USA.
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The graduate and undergraduate business school, KSB, has about 1700 students at the Indianapolis campus, and more than 7,000 full-time graduate and undergraduate students in 2017, which are enrolled on its Bloomington campus. As well as, there are about 1000 students study MS and MBA programs through “Kelley Direct”.
These concentrations and departments are offered at Kelley:
- Logistics/supply chain management.
- Operations management/production.
- General management
- Part-time (out-of-state): $29,131 per year.
- Part-time (in-state): $16,387 per year.
- Full-time (out-of-state): $49,955 per year.
- Full-time (in-state): $27,053 per year.
About 75.5% of the students of the full-time program are employed when they graduate.
Focusing on integration makes Kelley one of the best business schools not just in the U.S., but even in the world. Weaving together every business discipline to broaden the students’ perspectives on business is the full-time MBA program’s goal. The students are also placed in groups of 4, and they have to work together to complete projects, and that improves their leadership.
Students can also complete a specialized master’s degree in accounting or information systems, or pursue an online Ph.D. or MBA, along with the full-time MBA. Joint degrees are offered in conjunction with the Department of Telecommunications, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Maurer School of Law.
Kelley’s students can be guided by an expert in their career, who helps them to take the best choices when they graduate. On campus, students can also participate in about 20 committees, and 18 clubs.
Mark Cuban, American businessman, Sage Steele, American television host, Mike Pence, Vice President of the United States, Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, Amanda Schull, American actress, and Harold Arthur Poling, former president and CEO of Ford Motor Co.