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New Academic Catalog
The academic catalog now includes links to the searchable schedule of classes. When looking at an
individual course within the catalog, you are now able to link to the viewable schedule of classes for
each term in which courses have been scheduled.
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Maulik Khatadia, ’06, GR ’09
a 2009 master’s degree graduate of Indiana State’s Scott College of Business, Khatadia says his college
experience prepared him well for his career and for personal success.
"The faculty at ISU, especially the accounting faculty, routinely shared real-life examples and
case studies to give us an idea of what types of problems we could be facing in the working
environment," he said.
University Distinguished Alumni Practice "Social Rent"
and staff at Indiana State University go the extra mile to help students who then give back to their
university, community, state and nation. Four graduates selected by the Indiana State University Alumni
Association as 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients, among them were Tom and Debbie Bareford.
Business professor Robert Steinbaugh more than 50 years ago "set the compass and rudder for
our lives." He was "one of the greatest professors that ever lived." Bareford said.
"He talked to us one day about social rent ... (and) there being just a little difference between
a normal community and a great one. He stressed that if there's one difference between a normal
university and a great one, it is 'social rent' - people's willingness to just help out, give
a willing hand when they can."
MBA Listed Among Top Programs in Two National Rankings
the 10th consecutive year, Indiana State's MBA program made the Princeton Review's list. Among the
program's benefits highlighted are small classes that allow students to receive "individual
attention that better prepares the students in a hands-on manner," while also allowing for greater
"It's quite an honor," said Jeff Harper, director of graduate programs for the College of
Business. "The first time we were ranked in 2005 was a thrill for us, and it continues to be very
exciting. As our program has matured and our expectations have increased, we now expect to be ranked
and receive this honor every year, but there is no less work involved and nothing is assured. For us to
have shown the kind of consistency it takes to be ranked 10 years consecutively is very
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