About IU Southeast

Founded in 1941, Indiana University Southeast, a regional campus of Indiana University, is a public, comprehensive university located in New Albany, Indiana, just across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky.

We draw students primarily from 11 counties in our Southern Indiana service area, as well as from seven counties in the Louisville metro area of Kentucky, who qualify for in-state tuition. 

 

IU Southeast conferred it's first graduate credential, a Master of Science in Elementary Education, in 1971. Today, the university offers Masters degrees in Business and Finance, Criminal Justice, Education and Education-based Counseling, English, Interdisciplinary Studies, Liberal Studies, Mental Health Counseling, and Nursing; as well as graduate certificates across multiple disciplines.

 

Classes are held at our main 177-acre campus in New Albany and the Graduate Center in Jeffersonville, and in a variety of formats, including online, face-to-face and hybrid designs, to serve the varying needs of our diverse graduate student body. Some programs are 100% on line. 

 

 

 

 

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