Located in downtown Indianapolis, the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI turns the city center into career opportunities for your future. Gain a solid business foundation at an affordable, top-ranked school while narrowing down your bachelor’s degree into one of our six majors and two co-majors.
Earn a bachelor’s degree in business and make connections for your future business career.
97% of our graduates are working full time or enrolled in graduate school within three months of earning their degrees.
Kelley is a top-ranked business school in Indiana, offering you a degree that stands out on your résumé.
Build connections for your career as you earn your degree through our expansive Kelley alumni network.
The I-Core Experience at Kelley
The Kelley School of Business at IUPUI offers a degree that prepares you to solve real-world business challenges. One feature that sets Kelley apart from other business degrees is the Integrated Core, or I-Core, the cornerstone of our undergraduate program that you take in your junior year. This unique block of four courses bridges everything you learn in the classroom with actual business challenges in Indianapolis.
- Real-time experiences. Develop professional and leadership skills as you apply finance, marketing, operations, team dynamics, and management knowledge to solve real-world business problems. Our partner businesses range from local bakeries to national retailers and everywhere in between. Work with your Kelley peers to develop comprehensive solutions, and present them directly to company leadership. You’ll leave I-Core with new skills you can apply directly to your career.
- Changing curriculum. The I-Core curriculum reflects business practices and changes to ensure that our students are well prepared for their careers. This process means that Kelley graduates can be successful from their first day on the job.
Taheed Moore, BS'23
I am grateful for the connections I've made at Kelley and the lasting impact they'll have on my life.
Makayla Williams, BS'22
It's not the employer who is going to choose me. It's me that's going to choose the employer.