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Scott College Of Business - ProMBA

OUR STUDENTS

The ISU Professional MBA (ProMBA) is a cohort style of learning, meaning you enter the program at the same time as a group of your peers and that group continues together throughout the two-year program.

The program is meant to be rigorous and challenging. Every one of your classmates will have five or more years’ responsible, professional work experience and will be just as prepared and motivated to succeed in this program as you are.

Your classmates will be from many industries, from financial services to health care to logistics, and all points in between. They will bring their own experiences – just as you will – to add to the rich discussion, hands-on projects, and deep thinking that your professors will lead about the modern business world.

Don’t expect a pure, lecture-based approach for these classes!

MOVE AHEAD…

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




AACSB-International Best Business Schools
The Financial Engineer MBA Ranking

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Employers of students and alumni include the companies below:

aces power marketing american camp association allegion ascensus college savings
beckman coulter city securities citizens energy group csn
cummins darden duke energy finish line
glass-col grundfos hendricks power hendricls regional
hilton garden inn hoosier energy indiana national guard ingram micro
ivy tech foundation ivy tech community college key bank liberty mutual
lids lilly main gate major tool and machine
miso nestle waters old national protrans
republic airways holdings rolls royce rudd SAIC
shred-it tobias toyota material handling uap clinic

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Graduate Programs
Scott College of Business
114 Federal Hall
Indiana State University
812.237.2002
Fax: 812.237.8720
ISU-MBA@indstate.edu

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