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Graduate Schools in Indiana with Degree Program Information

There are 49 schools offering graduate programs throughout the state of Indiana. Compare statistics for some of these institutions, such as student populations and prices, to find the right school for you.

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Learn about schools offering graduate programs in the state of Indiana. The data, from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), examines student populations, tuition costs, and rates of graduation for numerous institutions.

Indiana Graduate Schools Near Large Cities

Major Indiana cities with graduate schools include Muncie, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Bloomington, Gary, and Terre Haute. Some of these cities house a satellite campus of Indiana University. If you are interested in studying in or near a large city, the following schools might be for you:

  • Bell State University (located in Muncie)
  • Butler University (located in Indianapolis)
  • Indiana University - Bloomington (located in Bloomington)
  • Indiana University - Northwest (located in Gary)
  • Indiana State University (located in Terre Haute)

Largest Graduate Schools in Indiana

The schools with the five largest student populations in 2015 all had graduate student populations exceeding 4,500. Three of those institutions had more than 30,000 students enrolled. If you are looking to study alongside many colleagues in Indiana, consider the following universities:

  • Indiana University - Bloomington (48,514 students; 10,150 graduate students)
  • Purdue University - Main Campus (40,472 students; 9,912 graduate students)
  • Indiana University - Purdue University - Indianapolis (30,105 students; 8,120 graduate students)
  • Ball State University (21,196 students; 4,594 graduate students)
  • Indiana Wesleyan University - Marion (14,730 students; 4,543 graduate students)

Lowest Graduate Tuition

The following tuition and fees for the 2015 academic year do not include book fees or living expenses. Four of the five lowest graduate tuition rates in 2015 were found at satellite campuses of Indiana University. For those seeking an affordable graduate school, consider the following options:

  • Purdue University - Northwest ($4,844 in-state, $10,334 out-of-state; includes fees)
  • Indiana University - Purdue University - Fort Wayne ($5,360 in-state, $12,917 out-of-state; $617 in fees)
  • Indiana University - East ($6,454 in-state, $15,205 out-of-state; $593 in fees)
  • Indiana University - Kokomo ($6,454 in-state, $15,205 out-of-state; $593 in fees)
  • Indiana University - Northwest ($6,454 in-state, $15,205 out-of-state; $593 in fees)

Highest Graduation Rate

Graduation rate can be looked upon as an indicator of education quality. The NCES determines graduation rates based upon full-time undergraduates who graduate in 150% or less of the 'normal' time frame. While NCES does not report these rates for graduate students per se, undergraduate statistics can still help you make informed choices.

  • University of Notre Dame (97%)
  • Indiana University - Bloomington (77%)
  • Taylor University (77%)
  • Butler University (76%)
  • Purdue University (75%)

For prospective graduate students looking to study in the state of Indiana, there are multiple options near major cities. Compare schools with robust student populations, reasonable costs, and strong graduation rates.

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