Ball State University (Miller)

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Financial Aid Contact Information

Financial aid director John McPherson
Financial aid phone (765) 285-5600

Expenses

Part-time tuition (per credit, in-state) $398
Part-time tuition (per credit, out-of-state) $773
Full-time tuition (per credit, in-state) $398
Full-time tuition (per credit, out-of-state) $773
Veterans pay in-state tuition No
Same tuition for all online programs Yes

Sponsorships

Employer sponsored new students 55%

Financial Aid Availability

College-funded aid (fellowships, assistantships, grants or scholarships) available Yes
International students eligible for college-funded aid No
GI Bill certified Yes
Entering class that used GI Benefits 0%
Yellow Ribbon Program member Yes
Average indebtedness of 2012-2013 graduates $21,288
Proportion of 2012-2013 graduates with debt 45%

Careers

Average base salary when entering the program (employed graduates) $53,518
Total reporting base salary when entering the program (employed graduates) 28
Average base salary three months after gradaution (employed graduates) $61,034
Total reporting salary three months after graduation (empoyed graduates) 28
Graduates seeking employment 12
Graduates seeking employment who found employment in three months 5%
Postgraduate outcomes (as submitted by school):

Ball State MBA graduates are prepared with an understanding of business theory and the ability to translate theory into practices; 97% of its students are employed at or within three months of graduation, earning wages on par with national averages.

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