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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Indiana State University's Scott College of Business serves students from a variety of countries, undergraduate majors, and professions. Graduates of the MBA program often enter companies with a management position and advance to positions such as:

The MBA is offered on campus for full-time students as well as part-time students with its schedule of evening classes. Full-time students are frequently supported through graduate assistantships.

The Scott College of Business is now offering a new PROFESSIONAL MBA program just west of Indianapolis – the ProMBA. This two-year, cutting edge MBA is developed specifically for individuals with five or more years of professional work experience.

The ProMBA combines personal, in-class learning with state-of-the-art distance learning technologies to address the needs of individuals who are intent on advancing their learning and careers while balancing work and family responsibilities.

The MBA emphasizes theory and practice in a 33 – 36 credit hour program. Development of skills in problem solving, strategic thinking, and managing organizational change are emphasized [Program Fact Sheet].

The Indiana State University MBA and all undergraduate business programs are accredited by AACSB – International, and Princeton Review has cited the Scott College of Business as among the best business schools for five years in a row.

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