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Scott College Of Business - MBA

Our Students

The student body of the MBA program is composed of three broad groups

  • Traditional students.
  • International students.
  • Working professionals.

Traditional students have recently completed their undergraduate degrees and have decided to pursue an advanced education before beginning a professional career. International students have traveled from their home country to study in a top-accredited program in the U.S. Working professionals have decided to return to school to obtain an advanced degree to better position themselves for advancement. Combined, these three distinct groups bring a wealth of diversity and an enriched classroom environment to each course.

Evening classes accommodate all groups. While most students attend classes full-time, some prefer to take only one or two classes each semester. Full-time students usually graduate in four terms. Part-time students will generally take longer, but usually graduate within three years.


You can differentiate yourself from others with an MBA. You will learn new skills, improve your career prospects, and more.


The MBA program at Indiana State University serves students from a variety of countries, undergraduate majors, and professions.

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The MBA Association (MBAA) is a graduate student organization that sponsors professional, social, and recreational events to promote increased student involvement and inspire a sense of community. Open to all MBA students, the Association strives to create an atmosphere conducive to the professional and personal development of its members. The MBAA is also active in sponsoring business and industry speakers, engaging our Alumni, and participating in civic events. Study tables and peer tutoring are often organized by the MBAA.

Indiana State University offers a diverse selection of student organizations. These organizations provide a rich set of experiences that enhance classroom education and allow students to develop a network of peers. Within the organizations, students can learn networking skills, meet successful alumni, listen to executives speak about their fields, make company site visits, and ask questions. Below are a few of the student organizations you can join:



Graduate Programs
Scott College of Business
114 Federal Hall
Indiana State University
Fax: 812.237.8720