RSU’s MBA Ranked in Top 15 Nationally for Affordable Online MBA Programs

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Earlier this month, Discover Business recognized Rogers State University as a leading institution that makes quality MBA education accessible and affordable without GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) requirements.

Starting with a list of 370 online MBA (Master of Business Administration) programs, the research team filtered schools to ensure full accreditation and non-profit status. After extensive review and consideration of GMAT exemptions and cost-per-credit hour, RSU was included in the final rankings which presented 15 standout programs that deliver affordable quality education.

The article provided detailed insights into each program, including faculty qualifications, specializations, application requirements, average student debt and veteran support.

Programs recognized included: Rogers State University, Fitchburg State University, Northern Kentucky University, Arkansas State University-Jonesboro, University of South Dakota, Marshall University, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, Bowling Green State University, Texas A&M University-Commerce, University of Northern Colorado, Ferris State University, Kennesaw State University, Georgia Southern University, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, and University of Nevada-Reno.

Discover Business is a comprehensive online guide designed to help people learn about different business degrees, business schools and career options.

Rogers State University’s MBA program features an accelerated online format, which can be completed in just 18 months without GMAT requirements.

The program has long been known for its return on investment for graduates and employers and is now offered in an online format with five industry-relevant specializations: accounting, business analytics, management, sports management, and healthcare management.

The online Master of Business Administration coursework includes foundations in accounting, critical thinking and ethics, business strategy, financial management and managerial economics.

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