Martin University was founded by Rev. Fr. Boniface Hardin in 1977 in the eastern side of Indianapolis, Indiana to serve low income minority and adult learning communities. The university was named after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and St Martin de Porres.
The university offers over 15 undergraduate degrees as well as several master's degrees. It is known for unique programs like the bachelor's degree in global intelligence and security.
The university includes the following four schools-
Martin University is Indiana's sole predominantly African-American University in. It assists students seeking financial aid to fund their education through various avenues including scholarships drawn from the university's alumni association - MUAA.
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2171 Avondale Place
Indianapolis , IN 46218-0567
General Phone: (317) 543-3235
|General Category||Degrees||Most Common Majors [see all]|
|Therapy and Counseling||44||psychology, community psychology, counseling psychology, psychology courses, genetic counseling|
|Liberal Arts||21||African-American studies, Spanish language, English, humanities, liberal arts and humanities, social services, political science, sociology, history ...|
|Religion and Philosophy||14||religion, theology and religious vocations|
|Business and Management||13||business management, accounting, human resources, marketing studies, insurance|
|Security and Law Enforcement||7||criminal justice and safety|
|Science||7||biology, biological and biomedical sciences, chemistry|
|Education and Teaching||3||education, kindergarten/preschool teaching, early childhood education|
|Engineering Technician||0||computer engineering tech|
Number of programs and degrees for Martin in 2008-2009:
In 2007-2008, Martin had a total enrollment of 618 students (767 full-time equivalent).
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The school does not offer campus housing.
The school does not offer students a meal plan.
Expenses and Financial Aid:
|In-state tuition and fees||$ 13,520|
|Out-of-state tuition and fees||$ 13,520|
|Books and supplies||$ 800|
Martin participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. (The school's OPE ID is 2140800)
Tenure Status of Faculty (2008-2009):
|Full-Time Faculty Level||Men||Women|
|Non-tenured and not on tenure track||11||15|
Salaries for full-time faculty:
Full-Time Faculty (2008-2009):
|Full-Time Faculty Level||Contract Length||Number Men||Avg Salary Men||Number Women||Avg Salary Women|
|All faculty total||calendar year||11||$46,900||15||$49,906|
*: salaries are not displayed where there are fewer than 3 professors in the category.
English Language and Literature, General
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Other
Political Science and Government, General
Social Sciences, General
Spanish Language and Literature
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What Sets Martin Apart:
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Offers credit for life experience
Student employment services
Remedial classes for students
Offers part-time study
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