Indiana University and Ball State University have been ranked among The Princeton Review’s "Top 25 Online MBA Programs." The rankings were determined by surveys of students and administrators at MBA programs which offer a majority of their program online.

The IU Kelley School of Business ranked 2nd on the list for its Kelley Direct program, just behind The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Ball State College of Business came in at number 24.

"Each of our top 25 schools offers a first-rate online MBA program," said Robert Franek, senior vice president-publisher with The Princeton Review. "Like highly-successful businesses, these highly-respected b-schools are serving their customers with innovative options. For working professionals unable to move to a ‘brick and mortar’ campus for an MBA, these schools offer an opportunity to learn from some of the world’s best b-school professors and earn the degree from anywhere in the world."

The surveys issued to administrators covered several fields, including admissions selectivity, graduation and retention rates, faculty training and credentials and career outcomes, among others. The surveys sent to students allowed them to rate their faculty, fellow students, career preparation, academics and overall satisfaction with the program.

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