Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

Kelley School of Business was established in the year 1920 as School of Commerce and Finance under the Indiana University. In 1933 the School was renamed as School of Business Administration and in 1938 as School of Business. In the year 1997, E.W Kelley, chairman of Steak n Shake Company and alumnus of the School donated $23 million to the School and subsequently it was renamed as Kelley School of Business. The Kelley School of Business is located at Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana in USA.

Kelley School of Business has its flagship campus at Bloomington which is a cosmopolitan and residential campus of Indiana University. Most of the full time students study at the Bloomington campus in the various undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. At Kelley Indianapolis campus most part time students study for the various undergraduate, evening MBA programs and Master of Professional Accountancy program.

Kelley School of Business has approximately 5500 students in its Bloomington campus and about 1750 students in the Indianapolis center.

Apart from these two campuses, Kelley School of Business has launched the Kelley Direct which is an online two weeklong program for part time students of MBA, Master of Science, dual degrees and Certificate programs. The School of Business also has introduced the Kelley Executive Partners program which is usually undertaken at the Bloomington campus or at other network sites of the school at Chicago, Louisville, Evansville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis etc.

The academic programs on offer by the Kelley School of Business are undergraduate and master level programs including MBA and doctoral degree programs.  Undergraduate program includes the Bachelor of Science in Business degree which has more than fifteen concentration choices such as – Accounting, Finance, Finance- real estate, Management, Marketing, Human Resource management, Operations Management, Business Process Management, Legal studies, Entrepreneurship etc. The undergraduate courses also include minors and certificate programs for non business majors.

The graduate programs on offer by the School of Business include – Full time, part time and online MBA degree programs, MBA in Accounting, Master of Professional Accountancy degree, MS in Information Systems, MS in Strategic Management, MSF degree and the PhD degree. Kelley School of Business also offers many online and offline executive education programs for working professionals.

Notable alumni of Kelley School of Business include Brad Alford, CEO of Nestle and Jeff Fettig, CEO of Whirlpool. To know more information about Kelley School of Business, visit- http://kelley.iu.edu


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