IUK has a relatively inexpensive program in public management (aka Public Administration). The school is fairly small and easy to navigate. Generally, I have found the faculty and staff to be more than willing to work with students and help them do well. Many of my classmates are adult students with other obligations in life. Despite the rural location, the program has attracted students from various places around the world (Africa, Asia, etc.). The university also has a few other graduate programs in case public management is not what you are interested in.
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In my opinion, IUK has a decent public administration (technically "public management") program for students. It is taught by faculty who are knowledgeable in the field and who care about their students. Despite being a smaller school, the campus is kept up and easy to navigate. Recently, a modernization program enhanced the inside and outside of at least one of the main buildings used for teaching. Among the different graduate programs in the state, IUK is quite affordable.
For some, the program may be a little small. Currently, only two or three faculty are permanent and others serve on an adjunct basis. Financial aid is not very available, but this is remedied to a certain degree by the program's affordability.
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Our campus is a commuter campus, so there are few opportunities for graduate school. We do have Master's degrees in business and nursing. The campus is safe and nicely tucked away in Kokomo.
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