UM’s, MSU’s online MBA programs ranked

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Published: May 17,2010

Tags: education, higher education, online education

OXFORD and STARKVILLE — The online MBA program at the University of Mississippi has been ranked a “Best Buy” by GetEducated.com’s national editorial review team.

The program, accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, was ranked 13th out of 133 competing online MBAs nationwide in the national survey. Mississippi State University was ranked 20th.

The award designation indicates the university offers a high-quality distance MBA to a national audience at a cost well below the $32,926 national average.

The 36-semester-hour MBA program is entirely online and taught by top research faculty with the flexibility to meet working professionals’ needs. Students may enter in the spring, summer or fall. Mississippi residents pay just over $12,500 for the program, while nonresidents pay just under $23,500.

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2 Responses to “UM’s, MSU’s online MBA programs ranked”

  1. UMs, MSUs online MBA programs ranked | Online MBA Says:

    [...] View original post here: UMs, MSUs online MBA programs ranked [...]

  2. Online MBA Says:

    Online MBA programs are already quite popular in the US and United Kingdom, as they allow students access to the collaborative environment of a classroom. Stanford, Harvard, and other such prestigious B Schools also run regular Online MBA and Online Masters programs, for the benefit of students across the world. Though prohibitively expensive, often as expensive as a campus program, these programs are doing increasingly well.

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