Turns out, colleges and universities in Indiana produce more than just great basketball players (Larry Bird was born in Indiana and went to Indiana State University) - grad school alumni from Indiana make pretty decent livings. There are many profitable opportunities for pursuing graduate-level education in the Hoosier State, and this year's College Salary Report has alumni salary data for several graduate degree programs in Indiana.
A school with high salary potential on our list of top graduate schools in Indiana is the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, which reports high median salaries for alumnus both early and mid-way through their careers. According to The Economist, Mendoza is the 38th best MBA program in the entire world, and Indiana University's business school isn’t too shabby, either.
If academia calls to you, consider Purdue University in West Lafayette as the place to answer. Doctoral grads at Purude report earning in the six-figure range, and the master's program at Purdue University produces some of the highest earners of any non-MBA master's program on our list. Close to half of the PhDs granted by Purdue are categorized as STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) subject, as are about 35 percent of master's degrees.