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    The PhD programs generally fund their students. If you get in you get tuition remission and a graduate assistantship, at least in my department. The stipend is small but if you had to you could live on it. The area is pretty affordable.


    Overall it is a great place for me, a bit far drive but a generally peaceful commute. The student fees are pretty high ($1200 per semester). it takes a considerable chunck out of my stipend each semester

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Updated Oct 8, 2014
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    You will be interviewed by seniors and maybe some junior who have been working in the department for some time. They will ask you questions about your technology background and anything that relates to desktop support.

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    • Depending on the students and Administrative Coordinator that interview you they will ask you questions about your tech background and how well you work with others.   Answer Question
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Headquarters Muncie, IN
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1918
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Students at this university are on the ball. Ball State University (BSU) has an enrollment of about 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students. It offers about 170 undergraduate majors, more than 75 master's degree programs, and about a dozen each of certificate, preprofessional, and doctoral degree programs. Begun as a private teacher's college in 1899, Ball St. became a university in 1965. It still has a Teachers College, as well as colleges of applied sciences and technology; architecture and planning; business; communication, information, and media; fine arts; and... More

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