An MBA can provide a number of benefits, including increased compensation, skill development, networking opportunities, and the possibility for job growth. An MBA is frequently required for advancement into senior management positions, particularly in sectors such as investment banking. Traditional campus-based MBA programs, on the other hand, frequently provide challenges to ambitious students. Work-life balance may not be compatible with an on-campus schedule or commuting time required for in-person class attendance. In addition, most full-time and on-campus programs take two years to complete.
If you are unable to attend a standard on-campus MBA program due to employment or other obligations, an online MBA may be the best option for you. For experienced workers, several colleges offer expedited programs and curriculum waivers, allowing them to get their degree in as little as one year. They can, however, be rather costly.
An online MBA does not have to be prohibitively expensive. Part-time students can acquire an MBA for as little as a few hundred dollars per credit in some online schools. The average cost of the 10 most cheap online MBA alternatives for out-of-state students is $358 per credit hour, according to data supplied to U.S. News in an annual survey. For the 2020-2021 school year, these are the top 10 public and private online MBA programs that paid the least per credit for part-time.
01-Dakota Wesleyan University (SD)
Dakota Wesleyan University’s history begins in 1885, when Methodist pioneers founded the school. Dakota University was the original name of the school, which was formed when South Dakota was still a territory and not yet a state. One of the most well-known DWU alumni is George McGovern, a former congressman, senator, and Democratic presidential candidate. He used to teach there, and the university library now bears his and his wife’s names.
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