In-state MBA students pay nearly $40,000 less in tuition over two years than their out-of-state classmates, one of the largest gaps in the country. To get a jump start on job placement, before classes begin first-year students take part in the school's Me, Inc. program to help them identify their skills and types of careers and companies that are a good fit. These students must then choose a major and one of the school’s academies, like the supply chain or the capital markets academy.
The academies provide advice for students getting adjusted to business school and help them find internships for the summer. Second-year students can join one of 2 academies: entrepreneurial innovation or leadership. Kelley’s Institute for Business Analytics teaches students how to use numbers and statistics to make smarter business decisions.
Location: Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana
Motto: Go from Moment to Momentum
Affiliation: Indiana University