Thursday, November 8, 2007

IUS MBA rated #18 in the nation!

Business Week has rated the MBA program at Indiana University Southeast 18th in the nation among part-time programs.

We have the top business school accreditation (AACSB). And we knew that we were doing very well on student satisfaction surveys and in terms of the ETS (the premier business-field standardized test)-- scoring in the top 5-10% year after year. But this honor is a wonderful, public ratification about the quality of our program.

And other local schools were listed. We were rated third-best in our region-- behind University of Chicago and Loyola of Chicago, but ahead of Washington University (St. Louis) and the Ohio State University. (Nationally, among those who made the Top 30, we also beat out Texas, Wake Forest, Boston College, and Carnegie-Mellon.)

How did it happen? We rated very strongly in the following categories: cost, average salary increases for grads, student satisfaction, average class size, tenured faculty in the classroom, teaching quality, and curriculum.


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