US News and World Report again and again ranks Anderson University among the best universities in the Midwest offering master’s level degree programs. The University’s Falls School of Business is one of the highest ranked and the most recognized business schools in the region. Falls School of Business is one of Anderson University’s largest academic departments offering eight undergraduate majors as well as MBA (Master of Business Administration) and DBA (Doctor of Business Administration) programs.
Through the Flagship Enterprise Center, the Anderson University Falls School of Business has an ongoing relationship with the center and the center’s clients. Both students and faculty members are actively involved in the community’s economic development and business development effort through various programs. Classes are offered both on main campus and at the Flagship Education Center.
Purdue University Polytechnic Institute at Anderson is a part of the world-class Polytechnic Institute at the university’s main campus in West Lafayette, Indiana. Formerly known as the College of Technology, the Institute offers six bachelor's degree programs and one associate degree program that allow students to extend their higher education in Anderson. Degrees currently offered at Anderson campus are:
Purdue University is globally recognized as one of the premier schools of technology offering world-class instruction, cutting edge research, and state-of-the-art facilities. The Polytechnic Institute partners with many businesses and industries through research projects, industrial affiliate programs, research services and centers, seminars, workshops, and other activities.
Ivy Tech Community College is Indiana’s second largest public post-secondary institution with campuses throughout the state. The School’s Department of Workforce and Economic Development (DWED) provides education, training, and assessment services to individuals, companies, businesses, and organizations. Various corporate training programs in Computer Skills & Certifications, Health Care, and Leadership Management are available. Continuing Education, Workplace Spanish, as well as online training courses, are also available.
Anderson Campus is part of IVY Tech Community College's East Central Region. In May 2013, the East Central Region graduated more than 1,500 students in seven academic schools and nearly 40 degree programs in business, medical and technology fields. Many of the programs are available at the Anderson Campus. These programs include Accounting, Business Administration, Advanced Automation and Robotics, Automotive Technology, Design Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics and Computer Technology, Energy Technology, Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology, Manufacturing Production and Operations, Welding, Network Infrastructure, Server Administration, Information Technology Support.
As an accredited institution, Harrison Collegehas prepared more than 75,000 graduates for rewarding careers in the fields of health care, IT, veterinary technology, culinary, criminal justice, and business for over 100 years.
So what makes Harrison College different than most colleges and universities?
At Harrison, each of us believes it is our one goal to help you achieve yours. In order to help you achieve your goals, we believe it's important to get to know you. We provide a student-centered learning environment that allows you to:
-Pursue a career-focused, quality education that matches your skills and interests.
-Receive one-on-one attention from instructors.
-Enjoy your Harrison experience from day one, all the way through to your graduation.
And once you graduate, you can take advantage of our Lifetime Career Assistance—including help with writing your cover letter, building your résumé and interview skills, and more—giving you the resources you need to always find a job.
Because we're dedicated to helping our students devise the best plan to finance their education, financial aid is available for those who qualify. To keep costs down, we even provide the option of a Tuition Freeze program.
Flagship Enterprise Center
The Flagship Enterprise Center is an innovative center for education, business incubation, technology transfer, and training which supports the economic development vision for the City of Anderson. The Flagship Enterprise Center serves as a specialized small business incubator and early business accelerator with an emphasis on providing education opportunities as well as fostering emerging manufacturing and electronic technology. Among the many services of the Flagship Enterprise Center is to provide access to university researchers and scientists, ongoing contact with business management consulting, developing student mentoring opportunities for research and development support, and access to state of the art telecommunications.
WorkOne, a division of the Indiana Workforce Development Department (DWD), assists both individuals seeking employment and businesses seeking employees. WorkOne has resources for job postings and referrals, training information, placement assistance, community connections, employee recruitment, labor market information, and more. Anderson is served by WorkOne's Central Region.
One of the most useful tools provided by WorkOne is Indiana Career Connect. It is a free job matching tool that allows
employers to search its extensive database of job seekers and find employees with the right skills and qualifications and assist job seekers in finding the best match for their skills and experience. It also provides real time information on labor availability and labor market data.
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