Fall 2023 Application Deadlines:
International students: April 1
All others: May 1
Earn an Indiana University Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree that reflects all the academic quality and prestige you expect from an IU program.
Innovative and cutting-edge by design with built-in flexibility, this part-time program is completed in only 21 months. Classes take place in the evening allowing for a schedule that fits your professional and personal life, while obtaining an IU MBA degree.
Courses are presented in a hybrid fashion retaining the best qualities of face-to-face instruction and technology. Pursuing your MBA at IUPUC makes financial sense. IU MBA Columbus offers unprecedented affordability, many students cover most of the cost through tuition reimbursement programs offered by their employer.
Graduating with an MBA at Indiana University at the Columbus campus center will be a transformational experience that will impact you professionally and personally throughout your life.
(1) social events emphasizing the development and maintenance of long-term professional relationships.
(2) a new course in Personal Branding encouraging MBA students to think of every interaction with others as an opportunity for awareness, value building, and leaving a positive impact at every turn.
(3) Mentorship Academy, whereby each second-year MBA student will be challenged to lead, mentor, and help develop the professionalism of undergraduate business students. In this manner, our MBA students will be developing within themselves the ability to lead others, which is considered a keystone of what it means to be an MBA, particularly from Indiana University.
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