Anderson University

September 2008
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2008 Indiana College Guide, p1
The article features the Anderson University, a private, Christian liberal arts university founded in 1917 in Anderson, Indiana. The university offers 60 undergraduate courses along with graduate programs in theology, nursing, education, business and music. Moreover, Anderson University delivers its master of business administration (MBA) degree in two formats, which include the 22-month Professional MBA format and the 11-month Residential MBA format.


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