One Year MBA starting in Spring


KimG
Am seeking a one-year MBA (accelerated) program starting in the Spring in the U.S. I have a 680 GMAT and a 3.7 gpa. Any suggestions?
Am seeking a one-year MBA (accelerated) program starting in the Spring in the U.S. I have a 680 GMAT and a 3.7 gpa. Any suggestions?
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ezra
Typically, programs in the US are two years long and they usually start in the fall. There are very few one-year MBA options in the US; rarer still are ones that start in the spring. So you don't have many options with those kinds of restrictions.

Babson's one-year MBA option starts in May, that might be a good program to start looking at.

Thunderbird offers a 15-month option, which begins in January.

Better still would be the 16-month MBA option at Columbia, which starts in January, but you'll probably need a higher GMAT score to get into that program.
Typically, programs in the US are two years long and they usually start in the fall. There are very few one-year MBA options in the US; rarer still are ones that start in the spring. So you don't have many options with those kinds of restrictions.

Babson's one-year MBA option starts in May, that might be a good program to start looking at.

Thunderbird offers a 15-month option, which begins in January.

Better still would be the 16-month MBA option at Columbia, which starts in January, but you'll probably need a higher GMAT score to get into that program.


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KimG
Thanks for your response. However, there is also one at Rochester..... Is this a reputable school?
Thanks for your response. However, there is also one at Rochester..... Is this a reputable school?
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ezra
Yes, it's ranked in the full-time MBA rankings from Businessweek, Financial Times, and the Economist, so I'd say that it's reputable. :)
Yes, it's ranked in the full-time MBA rankings from Businessweek, Financial Times, and the Economist, so I'd say that it's reputable. :)
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KimG
Thanks for responding. :-) I am an international student so am a little uncertain of my choices based on my gmat score. Basically, I am looking at my best option for a one-year mba, preferably in the south east.
Thanks for responding. :-) I am an international student so am a little uncertain of my choices based on my gmat score. Basically, I am looking at my best option for a one-year mba, preferably in the south east.
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