Key Performance Indices

Experiential learning is a critical aspect of all business programs offered by the School of Business. Its importance is reflected in the School’s Mission Statement, and all students graduating from one of the business programs will have engaged in at least one experiential learning opportunity. Below is a list of the number of experiential projects and/or volunteer hours associated with the various opportunities students undertook during 2015-16.

  • Internships: 36 student internships
  • Enactus: 36 students, 6 projects impacting 858 lives, 2,001 total service hours
  • International Study Abroad: 22 students
  • Undergraduate Capstone Consulting Projects: 12 projects involving 55 students
  • M.B.A. Capstone Consulting Projects: 11 projects, 34 students, and 1,360 “billable” hours

The School of Business has also been regularly recognized for the high quality of its academic programs by external reviewers. Since 2012, the Princeton Review has included the Indiana University Kokomo School of Business in its annual “Best Business Schools” publication.