IU Kelley Degrees Launch on Digital 'Destination'

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The Indiana University Kelley School of Business is launching two master's degrees on a high-profile online platform. The accounting and information technology management programs will be available beginning next year through edX.

edX.org, founded by Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is billed as "the leading nonprofit online learning destination." The organization has alliances with more than 130 member institutions. In addition to the IU Kelley offerings, new master's programs available include:

  • Arizona State University - Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
  • Curtin University - Master of Marketing
  • Georgia Institute of Technology - Master of Science in Analytics
  • Georgia Institute of Technology - Master of Science in Cybersecurity
  • University of California, San Diego - Master of Data Science
  • University of Queensland - Master of Leadership in Service Innovation
  • University of Texas at Austin - Master of Science in Computer Science

Kelley School Dean Idie Kesner says "Kelley has been a forerunner in offering graduate programs online for nearly 20 years. Our partnership with edX highlights our continuing commitment to providing our students with meaningful, personal and connected experiences that move them toward their own true successes."

The IU degrees are taught by Kelley School faculty and could be completed within 15 months. The program offers some timing flexibility and must be complete within three years.

The deadline to apply for the IU programs, which start next fall, is July 1. You can connect to more about edX offerings by clicking here.

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