The rankings came after the evaluation of nearly 1,500 distance-education programs for bachelor’s degrees, as well as graduate programs in business, engineering, criminal justice, education, nursing and others.
Real output growth in 2016 will average about 2.5 percent, which will be a little better than this year, but only equal to 2014, according to the forecast from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
IU Kelley School of Business' DIVE program, which stands for Discovery, Innovation and Ventures Enterprise, is based on the concept that startups can get free, sound guidance from second- and third-year MBA students, and the students get a unique opportunity to participate in early-stage entrepreneurship.
Economists from Indiana University Kelley School of Business say they are cautiously optimistic that 2015 will be the strongest year the economy has seen yet in its long, slow recovery from the Great Recession.
The CEO of Indianapolis-based Stonegate Mortgage Corp., one of the nation’s fastest-growing publicly traded mortgage companies, did not earn a degree from Indiana University as his company profile claims.