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- Online degree programs at IU’s Kelley School of Business ranked No. 1 by U.S. News and World Report
Online degree programs at IU’s Kelley School of Business ranked No. 1 by U.S. News and World Report
Other degree offerings at IU Bloomington, IUPUI and IPFW also recognized
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Two programs at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business are No. 1 in U.S. News and World Report’s rankings of the Best Online Education Programs. remaining at the top of more than 200 graduate business offerings nationwide.
The No. 1 rankings for both the school’s Kelley Direct online MBA program and its online Master of Science program highlight its commitment both to students who are seeking a traditional MBA degree as well as those who seek specialized professional development offered by an M.S. degree.
This was the first year that U.S. News has published two business rankings: one of online MBA programs and one of all other online master’s programs in business, in areas such as finance, accounting or risk management. Kelley received a perfect score of 100 in both rankings.
Kelley School Dean Idalene Idie Kesner said the two No. 1 rankings support the Kelley School s commitment to excellence in all of its degree programs.
“We place the same emphasis on our online programs as we do for our in-residence programs — the same world-class professors, the same emphasis on leadership, and the same emphasis on student collaboration and global experiences,” said Kesner, who is also the Frank P. Popoff Chair of Strategic Management at Kelley. “We saw the need for online education two decades ago and have been building successful programs for the past 16 years that others look to for best practices.”
Philip Powell, faculty chair of Kelley Direct and a professor of business economics, said part of that success is “disruptive innovation.”
“Obviously, there are different challenges with the online environment, but our faculty and staff are always looking for innovative ways to make the online experience transformative for our students,” Powell said. “For example, we re about to launch a new program based on Kelley s award-winning in-residence professional development program but tailored to the particular paths of our of online graduate students. We re also expanding our classes that have on-location components for those who are able to travel a little more on the weekends.”
Established in 1999, Kelley Direct was the first online MBA offered by a business school whose other MBA programs also are top ranked. For example, Kelley’s residential MBA program has consistently been in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Top 20 since it began ranking such programs in 1988. It currently is ranked 16th overall by the magazine, which also reported recently that Kelley has the highest return on investment of all the top 20 MBA programs ranked overall.
Admissions requirements for both programs are the same as for all other Kelley graduate-level programs. The programs offer flexibility and access to the school’s alumni network of more than 100,000 graduates.
Students have two to five years to complete the 51 credit hours required for the Kelley Direct online MBA. Those enrolled in the Master of Science programs have 15 months to five years to complete the 30-credit-hour degree. Kelley also offers a 63-credit-hour dual MBA/MS degree .
While the programs are delivered largely online, students in both programs work on-site with each other at the IU Bloomington campus during Kelley Connect Weeks. They also may elect to go abroad as part of AGILE — Accelerating Global Immersion Leadership Education. Students can choose from a variety of immersive global consulting experiences that combine online and in-country experiences that fit their schedule.
Since 1999, more than 2,500 students have earned Kelley MBAs through the program, and it currently has an enrollment of 595 students. The average starting salary of the class of 2013-14 was $106,784. Fifty-five percent of graduates received a promotion while completing their MBA degree.
The Kelley School has offered specialized Master of Science degrees online since 2003; today the degrees offered include those in business administration, business analytics, finance, global supply chain management, marketing and strategic management. The average salary of the 135 students who completed the M.S. program in 2013 and 2014 was $84,522.
In addition to Kelley’s rankings, the publication issued rankings for graduate online programs in engineering, education, nursing, criminal justice and computer information technology. The IU School of Education was ranked 18th. The online bachelor’s program at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne was 34th. Graduate programs at the IU School of Nursing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis were ranked 48th. The IU Online educational initiative, which was launched in 2013, ranks 72nd among the best bachelor’s programs.
IU has been a pioneer in online education for the past 16 years and has more than 80 established programs across its campuses. Two years ago, IU announced IU Online, an initiative to accelerate the development and delivery of quality online courses and programs at IU campuses statewide, address Indiana’s economic and professional development needs and extend the university’s global reach. A complete list of online programs offered by IU can be found on IU Online’s website .
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The UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management has created a database to track publications in 24 leading business journals. The database contains titles and author affiliations of papers published in these journals since 1990. The information in the database is used to provide the top 100 business school rankings since 1990 based on the total contributions of faculty.
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- Key phrase in article name to see a list of publications containing that phrase for any combination of journals and time period between 1990 to date
The Jindal School of Management maintains and keeps this website current to provide timely data on research productivity in leading research journals across major disciplines in business schools. The school has worked hard to ensure data integrity, but as with any project of this type where the affiliation data is not always clear, some errors may exist. If you spot an error, please send us the corrections at Top 100 Admin.
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UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management provides a tool to study research contributions based on publications in 24 leading journals in major business disciplines. The database contains author and affiliation information on all papers published in these journals since 1990. Authors affiliations are recorded at the time of the paper publication.
A single-authored paper results in the school of affiliation being credited with a score of 1. If there are multiple authors from different schools, each school gets a score of p/n, where p is the number of authors from the same school and there are a total of n authors on the article. If an author lists multiple affiliations, each of the schools that author is affiliated with gets a corresponding scaled score. For example, if one of the n authors lists m affiliations, each school that author is affiliated with gets a score of 1/nm.
The database can be searched by any period between 1990 to the current year for any combination of journals, resulting in aggregated scores for schools. This provides a clear picture of contributions from each school for the selected journals and time period. One can also search the database by school names, author names and key phrases in the title.
The Jindal School of Management also provides a ranking of the top 100 schools in North America and worldwide based on publications in all 24 journals for the last five-year time period. The school also provides links to prior rankings starting with the period 2000-2004.
Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information, the nature and diversity in which author affiliation information is provided in the journals sometimes make it hard to categorize and report the information accurately. UT Dallas Jindal School of Management has attempted to verify information using the web when possible.
While searching for articles, author names are provided in the search results. They are not listed in the sequence specified in the published paper. Also note that when information on authors is provided, if the same author is listed twice, it indicates that the author has listed multiple affiliations.
If you believe there is an error in the information provided, please send specific information to the administrator.
The Naveen Jindal School of Management appreciates your input to this ongoing research effort.
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In Human Development and Psychology, you will learn how to support healthy development across cultures and across the lifespan, and how to apply this knowledge in schools and other education-related settings.
Knowledge of human development is highly gratifying and valuable in itself; it can also greatly enhance your ability to make a meaningful difference in children’s lives. To run an effective afterschool program for adolescent urban youth, for example, teachers and mentors need to understand the specific challenges of adolescent development as well as cultural variations in child-adult relationships. To operate a successful business or organization, a good manager must work with employees to identify and break down psychological obstacles to change. And what about raising kids? Does our societal emphasis on “happiness” prevent parents and teachers from raising caring, courageous, and ethical children?
In the Human Development and Psychology (HDP) master’s program, you will work closely with an extraordinary faculty comprised of prominent voices in early childhood development, organizational psychology, emotional, cognitive and moral development, trauma and child advocacy, and much more. Students also have opportunities to do internships and research that will enable them to better integrate theory and practice and to become more effective teachers, leaders, researchers, and advocates.
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In addition to the general HDP Program, we offer a separate Child Advocacy strand that includes a year-long child advocacy internship. This strand is designed not only for students who want to work with individual children and families, but also those who want to influence systemic change on the institutional and policy levels. Interested students should apply directly to the Child Advocacy strand.
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Message from the Director
The program in Human Development and Psychology has a long history at Harvard and is one of the core programs at the Graduate School of Education. We are passionate about understanding how people develop over time and what that means for schools and other educational settings. We also have a strong interest in the wide variety of contexts in which development occurs.
Researchers in HDP cover a wide range of ages and topics; from early language development, emotional, social and moral development, to the dramatic changes in cognitive skills in early elementary school, to studies of adolescent and adult development. Research focuses on schools in diverse locations and settings in the U.S. as well as development in international contexts. The program offers a variety of perspectives on the complicated nature of developmental change. We think you will find lots of challenging ideas, and we are always open to new perspectives that will challenge us to continue to develop our own thinking.
You will also find in the HDP program a strong commitment to research that is often applied and practical in its aims. We are proud of the ways in which HDP researchers have contributed to advances in understanding how children learn and grow, and we are proud of the courses we offer that help students acquire strong research skills and apply them to practice. Whether you hope to be able to produce research, wish to be a more informed consumer of educational research, or want to apply research and theory effectively to your practice settings, we think you will find HDP to be a richly gratifying program that helps you take the next step in your career.
We hope you will share in our excitement about the study of human development and psychology.
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HDP is a one-year, full-time master s program that immerses future practitioners and researchers in the latest theories and discoveries related to child, adolescent, and adult development. Here are some of our program s greatest strengths:
Applied Research Effective research doesn t occur in a vacuum. As an HDP student, you will continually consider how research can strengthen practice.
Thought Leaders HDP is one of the longest-running programs at HGSE, recognized globally for the influential research and writing of our faculty, which includes Guggenheim Fellows, MacArthur Prize recipients, and award-winning authors. Our faculty member s expertise is matched only by their accessibility as student mentors and advocates.
Cohort Community In the HDP program, you will join an extraordinary cohort of students representing a rich diversity of personal and professional backgrounds. The energy, curiosity, and compassion of HDP students, and their common commitment to understanding the deepest puzzles of development, create an exhilarating learning environment that forms the basis of lifelong friendships and professional relationships.
The HDP curriculum balances structure and flexibility. Over two semesters, you are required to complete courses for a total of 32 credits. HDP courses cover subjects as varied as language and literacy development, educational neuroscience, prevention science and practice, early childhood education policy, assessment, gender and relationships, moral and civic development, and development across cultures.
General HDP Program Requirements
You will complete eight courses or 32 credits in the following categories:
One developmental psychology course, to be chosen from the following:
(May be used as additional HDP courses but cannot count twice.)
One research methods and data analysis course, to be chosen from the following:
Two Human Development and Psychology courses. These include any courses listed with an H in the course number (including AH or HT courses) or T440, T543, and T560:
One Human Development and Psycholgy course with a strong focus on diversity and equity. The following courses would meet this requirement:
Three elective courses either at HGSE or at Harvard or MIT through cross-registration .
Child Advocacy Strand Requirements
Students in the child advocacy strand work closely with strand director, Betsy Groves, to craft a study plan that reflects their individual backgrounds and goals.
You will complete eight courses (32 credits) in the following categories:
- H387Y and H388Y. Fall Child Advocacy Seminar and Spring Internship
- One research methods and data analysis course
- One overview course related to child development/risk and protection
- Two courses related to systems that impact children and families
- Elective courses either at HGSE or through cross-registration
The Cambridge/Boston area is a hub for innovative organizations doing important work in child development and advocacy. Recent HDP internship sites include:
The study of human development and psychology is interdisciplinary by nature and many HDP faculty members hold joint positions with other Harvard graduate schools. Like all HGSE students, you are free to cross-register at all Harvard graduate schools and even nearby MIT.
It s undeniable that many HDP students come to HGSE expressly for the chance to work closely with our remarkable faculty. Professor Howard Gardner is the father of the multiple intelligences theory and leads a research project into the nature and impact of good work. Program director Richard Weissbourd s book The Parents We Mean to Be was selected as one of The New Yorker s best nonfiction books of 2009. Professor Robert Kegan and his colleague Lisa Laskow Lahey revolutionized organizational psychology and personal development through their immunity to change approach. Learn more about the extraordinary wealth of knowledge and experience that s available to HDP students through our faculty.
The HDP program attracts accomplished and service-minded students from a broad range of backgrounds and professional interests. Many of our students have undergraduate degrees in psychology and are interested in pursuing clinical practice or research. Other HDP students come from the nonprofit sector, looking to deepen their impact as providers and advocates for children and adults. Still others are working in the education sector as teachers, administrators, and policy researchers. The diversity of student backgrounds is reflected in their research interests, which include the development of compassion and gratitude in children, the challenges faced by immigrant children and corporate leadership coaching.
HDP graduates are putting their Harvard degree and experience to work at all levels of the education sector — public and independent schools, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies — as well as pursuing careers in public health, social services, child advocacy, and social policy. HDP alumni are in a range of roles including kindergarten teachers, doctoral students in clinical psychology, public television producers, admissions directors, school-based child advocates, and education policy analysts.
Visit HGSE admissions to learn more about application requirements and deadlines, and to get important information about financial aid. Applications are due in January of the academic year you plan to enroll. Note that the Child Advocacy strand has its own application.
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