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Bachelor's

 42

Master's

 51

Doctoral

 49

100% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
83% of 6 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $8,947

Accreditation: Indiana State University is acredited by 16 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Indiana State University

Bachelor's Degrees

Marketing $23,303 $43,974 65
Psychology, General $22,448 $29,999 61
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other Not Reported $38,027 59
Quality Control and Safety Technologies/Technicians Not Reported $60,814 57
Insurance Not Reported $52,852 54
Criminology $22,375 $33,773 54
Human Resources Management and Services $22,198 $44,676 53
Mechanical Engineering Related Technologies/Technicians $22,500 $59,199 53
Industrial Production Technologies/Technicians Not Reported $55,438 45
Construction Management $25,000 $63,441 40
Business/Commerce, General $22,596 $39,567 33
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $23,375 $58,294 24
Business Administration, Management and Operations $24,686 $34,830 21
Accounting and Related Services $21,517 $39,944 15
Computer and Information Sciences, General $24,552 $41,234 14
Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions $25,000 $28,345 9
Computer Engineering Technologies/Technicians $26,000 $32,908 6

Master's Degrees

Criminology Not Reported $48,497 66
Business Administration, Management and Operations $27,565 $72,688 54
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $36,486 $94,087 41

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5H4N3

Reviewed: 2/9/2019

Degree: Occupational Safety

I went to Indiana State University occupational safety management online for three weeks. Thats right -- three weeks! Booth of the classes I had asked me to do things I had never heard of, was not in the 100+ page reading assignments, not in the hour long online lectures, so I bounced. This program may be good for on-campus students but the online side is a joke. Dont be fooled, go somewhere else

Amy Michelena

Reviewed: 1/7/2018

Degree: Nursing

Indiana State University has an excellent RN to BSN program academically . I had always felt that I was a mediocre writer at best. After completing ISU's nursing program I felt that my writing skills had improved immensely. I also have a better understanding of APA format. The discussion board posting assignments allow students to interact and give constructive feed back. These assignments help alleviate the disconnected feeling you can sometimes get while completing an on-line program. This program... Read More

Jerry Abrew

Reviewed: 3/18/2017

Degree: Human Resources

I love Indiana State University and highly recommend ISU to anyone looking to further their education. The curriculum has been challenging and the faculty is extremely professional and helpful. I completed a large portion of the degree online and the ability to watch lectures and complete the same course work of in class students has been a blessing!

Junia McDole

Reviewed: 2/16/2017

Degree: Criminology

I really enjoyed most everything about attending ISU online. The only issue I had was with financial aid. It was a little bit difficult to get the information I needed. Other than that I learned a lot through the online classes and it helped me grow as a person.

Jessica Joslin

Reviewed: 6/28/2016

Degree: Psychology

Having gone through my early education on campus, I was a little reserved about attending classes online. I was worried the quality of the classes offered wouldn't compare to classes on campus. I was pleasantly surprised to find the instructors accessible, the classes challenging, and the ease of enrolling and accessing material high. I was gladly refer anyone seeking a flexible school curriculum to Indiana State University.

Adam RN

Reviewed: 5/21/2014

Degree: Nursing

I love ISU. The teachers are great. They really treat me like an individual. The quality of the education is very high. I can't say anything bad about the school EXCEPT that they want me to do 210 clinical hours to complete the RN to BSN program. Many programs like this require little to NO clinical time. I feel this is excessive.