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The best part of being an IU MBA student was the sense of accomplishment of attaining an advanced degree while also working full time.

Steve Pinkston, MBA
Class of 2012

  

MBA Program

Earn an Indiana University Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree that reflects all the academic quality and prestige you expect from an IU program on an affordable Columbus campus that is close to home.

Study Part Time & Finish in 24 Months

With our flexible, part-time program you’ll earn an MBA in 24-months and be prepared for a variety of professional paths that will boost your management career. Meeting just two nights a week, you will earn your IU MBA on a schedule that fits your professional and personal life. It is also one of the most affordable MBA programs within reach.

Small Cohorts, Big Opportunities

The small cohort format is one of the most valued features of the IU MBA program at IUPUC. With cohorts typically consisting of 18 to 24 students, you’ll benefit from direct, face-to-face personal interaction with faculty, guest speakers, and all of your classmates. Nearly every aspect of your MBA studies will reflect the global context of modern business. Your cohort will include classmates currently managing across several continents. In May 2013, students had the opportunity to participate in an optional week-long study seminar in Hong Kong, and similar study-aboard opportunities will be offered in the future.

Modular Design, Integrated Learning

Our thematic curriculum helps you learn business management in context, the way real business management is conducted. You’ll learn with content and skills delivered in integrated topics that let you address complex, cross-functional management problems. A professional development thread includes networking, emotional intelligence testing, one-on-one communication coaching, and much more.

MBA Boot Camp

Our boot camp experience eliminates the need for traditional prerequisites. A combination of online coursework and on-campus workshops, ensures you and your peers are ready for graduate study before the first classes begin.