Denise Bowers with IUSB
first-year dental hygiene students.
[School of Education, Indiana University South Bend].
She even created a capstone course for IUSB
that allows students to travel to Costa Rica to gain invaluable knowledge about health care.
students studying for associate's and bachelor's degrees in dental hygiene work in the clinic under the supervision of faculty and professionals.
This donation is helping IUSB
foster links between students and the business community by tailoring the education it offers to what the private sector needs, in effect helping to make the curriculum as relevant as possible," Khilnani says.
Most MBA students at IUSB
are working professionals who attend part-time, taking advantage of the wide variety of courses offered during evenings.
program provides opportunity for specialization and serves the need of regional employers that compete internationally.