IU Kelley Tops U.S News and World Report Rankings

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Indiana University's Kelley School of Business is ranked first among online MBA programs and online master's programs in the most recent U.S. News and World Report Best Online Education Program rankings. Ball State University's Miller College of Business also reached the top 20 in the online MBA rankings.

The Kelley Direct Online MBA program is tied for first place, and the Master of Science online program has been recognized as No. 1.

The IU Online bachelor's degree program ranks 20th on the 2019 list.

Ball State is tied for 13th in the MBA rankings.

"Behind the success of IU Online is the authenticity, integrity, rigor and innovation that have long been the hallmark of an IU education," John S. Applegate, executive vice president for university academic affairs said in a news release. "Our pioneering approach to developing programs and tools that evolve with the needs of new generations of learners ensures our graduates are prepared to navigate an ever more complex world."

The Kelley Direct program started in 1999 and was the premier online MBA program to be offered by a top-ranked business school. Now, more than 4,200 students have earned Kelley MBAs through the program, and more than 1,000 people have earned Master of Science degrees.

You can connect to the full rankings by clicking here.

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