I am confused about IU Kelley
I feel like there is so much misinformation about whether Kelley is a decent school or not. A lot of rankings have it as top 10-15, so why are people so against it. I know that it is a lot less selective to get into, but I assumed that those stats were because there are nearly 2000 students per class. With a population of 4 times other programs, there's obviously going to be more lower level students, but does that mean that the program doesn't provide a similar level of education. For it to have a high ranking it's got to have good staff, job placement etc, and I'm sure there's plenty of top students who could go to much better schools but are considering kelley for the price. Can someone explain any of this to me?