Have you spent time thinking about applying to graduate schools in Indiana? The Hoosier State is home to several universities that offer graduate programs.
Indiana has a population of 6,596,855 as of a 2014 estimate, which is a 1.7% change from 2010. 23.2% of the population has a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the median annual household income is $48,248. Some of the largest cities in the state include Indianapolis (the capital), Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Hammond, Bloomington, Gary, Carmel, Fishers and Muncie.i
Tourist attractions include Wyandotte Cave (one of the largest in the U.S.), the springs in French Lick and West Baden, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, and the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park. Indiana is home to several publicly-traded companies, including WellPoint, Eli Lilly and Company, Simon Property Group and more. ii
Indiana is home to many fun trivia facts as well. For example, the first professional baseball game was played in Fort Wayne, Indiana on May 4, 1871. Another is that more than 100 species of trees are native to Indiana.
If you’re interested in exploring the state and further your education, look into the graduate programs in Indiana below.