Congratulations to the students, faculty and staff that make one of the best MBA programs in the country.
The Evening MBA Program at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis maintained its status of one of the best programs in the country as judged recently by the U.S. News and World Report. The part-time program ranks 11th in the country and 5th overall among public universities.
The report ranks only the top 166 part-time MBA programs in the co
untry. Other Indiana programs to be ranked included Purdue University (17), Butler University (105) and Ball State University (121).
The Evening MBA program boasts an enrollment of more than 400, and the students have an average of five years of work experience. The average GMAT score for the most recent students admitted to the program is 622.