Mid-tier MBA programs in US with low tuition costs


talal007
Hi Everyone,
I have 3 years of technical work experience in a upstream oil company. I am planning on getting an MBA from US, however most of the MBA programs are costly so I have short listed a couple of universities that are "above average" with reasonable tuition's. Some of these programs have a decent placement as well which I have looked through LinkedIn. Anyways, I would appreciate if anyone could filter out 5 good programs out of these as I intend to get an MBA from US only.
1) Uni of California San Diego (This I know is pretty good)
2) LSU
3) Uni of Dallas
4) Uni of Texas at Arlington
5) University of Oklahoma
6) Uni of South Florida
7) University of California Riverside
8) Uni of Texas Dallas
9) Uni of Massachusetts Amherst
10) Seattle University

[Edited by talal007 on Sep 23, 2015]

Hi Everyone,
I have 3 years of technical work experience in a upstream oil company. I am planning on getting an MBA from US, however most of the MBA programs are costly so I have short listed a couple of universities that are "above average" with reasonable tuition's. Some of these programs have a decent placement as well which I have looked through LinkedIn. Anyways, I would appreciate if anyone could filter out 5 good programs out of these as I intend to get an MBA from US only.
1) Uni of California San Diego (This I know is pretty good)
2) LSU
3) Uni of Dallas
4) Uni of Texas at Arlington
5) University of Oklahoma
6) Uni of South Florida
7) University of California Riverside
8) Uni of Texas Dallas
9) Uni of Massachusetts Amherst
10) Seattle University
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Duncan
I think you can do this yourself: Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065
I think you can do this yourself: Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065
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laurie
Well, it's going to vary from applicant to applicant, since each school has its own placement strengths. I would suggest the Oklahoma program for somebody looking for a career in oil/gas, for example, and maybe Dallas for technology, etc.

What do you want to do when you're done?
Well, it's going to vary from applicant to applicant, since each school has its own placement strengths. I would suggest the Oklahoma program for somebody looking for a career in oil/gas, for example, and maybe Dallas for technology, etc.

What do you want to do when you're done?
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laurie
LSU, UT Dallas and Oklahoma would all be great choices if you want to stay in the energy sector.
LSU, UT Dallas and Oklahoma would all be great choices if you want to stay in the energy sector.
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