Cheap MBA Programs Online

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Cheap MBA programs online are tough to find. The convenience of sitting in class where you want will cost you. Some people are okay with paying the extra money for the online experience. Other people can't afford it.

Cheap MBA programs DO exist on the internet. Well, cheap is probably not the best word... you probably don't want to say your education is "cheap." "Inexpensive" might be a better choice.

Here are a few affordable programs.

Baker College an accredited non-profit school based in Kansas. My sister in law went there! The have a few online MBA programs. The cost is about 400 dollars per credit hour. Although this is not a well known school, if you are looking for value and a good education, Baker might be a good option.

Upper Iowa University is a private non-profit school in Fayette Iowa. They have grown like crazy in their outreach, working online and with the military. It is an excellent program with happy graduates. No matter where you live, you'll pay less than $16,000. This is another school that is not as well known, but again, it has good value for the money and the student satisfaction ratings are quite high!

Although I have a traditional academic background, I have to say that Western Governors University is growing on me. They have an online MBA program where you pay for the time you're enrolled, not the credits. The two year program costs 13 thousand and the 18 month program is under 10 thousand. If you're in a hurry and don't want to pay much, this is a good program to consider. One other thing I like about them is that they are a non-profit, which means they are not going to be as aggressive (IE endless phone calls!) in recruiting you.

Here is what 20-thousand dollars or less can get you.
-Chadron State College (AASCB Accredited)
- University of South Dakota (AASCB Accredited)
- University of North Dakota (AACSB Accredited)
- Fort Hays State University
- Wilmington University
- Bellevue University
- UMass Online (AASCB Accredited)
- University of Memphis (AASCB Accredited)
- Southeast Missouri State University (AACSB Accredited)
- Liberty University
- University System of Georgia (AACSB Accredited)

Online MBA programs don't have to cost a lot of money. There is a good chance you'll find what you need and what you can afford. If you can afford more (or your employer pays) go for it. Although I have no qualms about saying that anything under $20,000 will be well worth your investment in yourself!


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