Indiana Colleges and Universities

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Our database currently includes Indiana colleges, universities, technical and vocational schools.

Indiana Department of Education: DOE
Indiana Commission for Higher Education: ICHE
State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana: SSACI

Major Indiana cities, such as Indianapolis, Ft. Wayne, Evansville, and South Bend, all offer many career and education related opportunities. Top industries in Indiana include Healthcare and Education occupations. There are many accredited colleges in Indiana that provide degrees to further career opportunities in these industries.

Below are some of our most requested featured institutions that are currently accepting applications from Indiana residents.

Career Opportunities in Indiana

There are a few Fortune 500 companies that are based out of Indiana. WellPoint is ranked 45th on the Fortune 500 list for 2012 and is run out of Indianapolis. Other Indiana Fortune 500 companies include Eli Lilly, Cummins, Steel Dynamics, NiSource, and BrightPoint.

The top industries in Indiana offer countless lucrative employment opportunities. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there are currently there are many employment opportunities in the healthcare industry. On average, a person working in general medical and surgical hospitals could earn $67,320 annual wage. The education industry also has many career opportunities. Elementary and Secondary schools employ 66% of the industry’s jobs and a person working in this position could earn $48,040 yearly.

Top colleges of Indiana include Butler University, Indiana University, Purdue University, and Notre Dame. These universities offer many degrees that would help a graduate start a career in Healthcare and Education occupations. These degrees include Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Nursing. These universities also provide the opportunities for practical experience in the field of interest, allowing students to not only gain experience, but to build connections with hiring companies in the industry.

Both of the top industries discussed require some form of education, often a college degree. A college degree has many benefits, including opening doors for higher-paying jobs in high demand careers. With a college degree, a person could move anywhere in the state and still be likely to obtain a desired position. Often, when a company is hiring an employee, they will choose the candidate that has the most experience and skills, demonstrated by the degree of education received.

Online Indiana Colleges

Walden University
Grand Canyon University
Liberty University - Online
Keiser University eCampus
Keiser University Graduate School
Northcentral University
American InterContinental University Online
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Indiana Colleges and Universities

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