See what students say:


“The value is wonderful and the classes are small” at the Indiana University Southeast School of Business, which provides a great (and inexpensive) opportunity for students, particularly those who are working full-time, to pursue an MBA. The evening classes and curriculum lets students pace themselves according to their availability and work schedules, and the course work 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.” A few students say that some of the classes seem a bit rote, but “the school is actively reassessing its courses and seeks to improve in those areas.”

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.” They 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 fifteen to twenty students gives us a great opportunity to get to know both the students and professors on a more personal level,” says a student.

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Sharon Allen
Director of Graduate Business Programs

Hillside Hall 214
4201 Grant Line Road
New Albany, IN 47150
United States





Applicants: 60
Acceptance Rate: 92%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.25
Years Work Experience: 5
Average Age: 27



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