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Which Online MBA Program?

gregcharlestongregcharleston 1 replies1 threads New Member
Trying to decide between the following five online MBA programs:

Wake Forest

Also initially considered Penn State, Auburn, Babson and Lehigh, but they didn't make the cut.

Any feedback?
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  • PublisherPublisher 11893 replies161 threads Senior Member
    edited June 5
    Probably need to share more particulars such as cost of each program & career objectives & course offerings that match your interests & goals.
    edited June 5
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  • airway1airway1 956 replies16 threads Member
    Boston University has a USD 24,000 program that’s all online.
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  • gregcharlestongregcharleston 1 replies1 threads New Member
    My employer offers $65k towards MBA tuition. All of these programs fall under that number so no out of pocket expense. Would like to increase my knowledge base, build a bigger network, as well as make myself more marketable for career advancement with my employer, which has 43,000 employees... so there is room for growth within the company.
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  • PublisherPublisher 11893 replies161 threads Senior Member
    If I recall correctly, the University of Illinois has cancelled its full-time 2 year MBA program recently in order to devote more resources to the part-time and online options.

    Both Indiana and Illinois are well respected with respect to business education as are Villanova & WFU (which also cancelled its full-time, on campus MBA program).

    OP: You really need to investigate the courses offerings & preview some online lectures & classes before deciding.
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