As a business major, I understand the significance of earning a good return on investment, and that is exactly what IU Kokomo has given me. The networking capabilities are invaluable, forging connections both before and after graduation.
Megan Mathews-Wine, Converse
B.S. Business ‘07, M.B.A. ‘13
Welcome to the School of Business. In today’s business world, it’s imperative to not only be knowledgeable, but competitive as well. Your competitive edge will come from the knowledge, experience, and skills you will acquire in courses taught by outstanding faculty in the School of Business at Indiana University Kokomo. You can earn a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in the School of Business.
History and culture intertwine to impact how businesses grow and thrive in countries around the world.
Business students from Indiana University Kokomo learned that lesson in person, spending 10 days in Poland, where they toured companies owned by global organizations and local families, and also visited sites significant to the central European country.
Experiential learning opportunities, as well as faculty committed to student success, have earned the Indiana University Kokomo School of Business a five-year reaccreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education, and has been earned by fewer than five percent of the world’s business programs.
The team qualified for national competition at the Chicago regional, with community service projects combating student hunger, preparing victims of domestic violence to enter the workforce, promoting healthy living, and teaching financial skills to elementary students.
Chapter President Jennifer Martin described the national conference as “the Super Bowl for business students,” with not only the project competition, but also a job fair featuring hundreds of employers from around the country.
Veteran earns M.B.A
For some who grow up in small towns, a college degree is their ticket out, a way to move to a big city.
For Nathan Kring, a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) earned at Indiana University Kokomo gives him the tools to stay in the town where he grew up to help it grow and thrive.
Kring, 28, currently is interim executive director of the Tipton County Economic Development Organization (TCEDO). Shortly after he finishes his M.B.A. in August, the “interim” tag comes off the title.