Part-time ranking


maubia
Businessweek has released the 2012 ranking for part-time mba

http://images.businessweek.com/slideshows/20111108/top-part-time-mba-programs-of-2011/
Businessweek has released the 2012 ranking for part-time mba

http://images.businessweek.com/slideshows/20111108/top-part-time-mba-programs-of-2011/


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Duncan
It's amazing to compare the costs per credit hour: #5 Berkeley is ten times the cost of #4 Nevada! http://www.businessweek.com/business-schools/the-complete-parttime-mba-ranking-11102011-gfx.html
It's amazing to compare the costs per credit hour: #5 Berkeley is ten times the cost of #4 Nevada! http://www.businessweek.com/business-schools/the-complete-parttime-mba-ranking-11102011-gfx.html
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ezra
And, what's interesting is that the salary increase of Nevada grads is actually MORE than those of Berkeley's.

Using this chart, it seems that for part-time programs, some of the middle-of-the-road schools by cost actually offer really good returns on investment: Chapman, Worcester, and Richmond all seem like really good deals for the kind of salary increases that grads tend to see.

It's amazing to compare the costs per credit hour: #5 Berkeley is ten times the cost of #4 Nevada! http://www.businessweek.com/business-schools/the-complete-parttime-mba-ranking-11102011-gfx.html
And, what's interesting is that the salary increase of Nevada grads is actually MORE than those of Berkeley's.

Using this chart, it seems that for part-time programs, some of the middle-of-the-road schools by cost actually offer really good returns on investment: Chapman, Worcester, and Richmond all seem like really good deals for the kind of salary increases that grads tend to see.

<blockquote>It's amazing to compare the costs per credit hour: #5 Berkeley is ten times the cost of #4 Nevada! http://www.businessweek.com/business-schools/the-complete-parttime-mba-ranking-11102011-gfx.html</blockquote>
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maubia
I'd like to know the logic they used to pick up EU programs (part-time).. they have even forgot Cranfield.
St.Gallen part-time costs 70000CHF.. not 70000USD :-)
I'd like to know the logic they used to pick up EU programs (part-time).. they have even forgot Cranfield.
St.Gallen part-time costs 70000CHF.. not 70000USD :-)
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ralph
Does Cranfield even offer a part-time option? Last I checked, they offered a full-time MBA program and a part-time EMBA.

I'd like to know the logic they used to pick up EU programs (part-time).. they have even forgot Cranfield.
St.Gallen part-time costs 70000CHF.. not 70000USD :-)
Does Cranfield even offer a part-time option? Last I checked, they offered a full-time MBA program and a part-time EMBA.

<blockquote>I'd like to know the logic they used to pick up EU programs (part-time).. they have even forgot Cranfield.
St.Gallen part-time costs 70000CHF.. not 70000USD :-)
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maubia
As far as I know the part-time option has the same modules than the FT option: what changes is only the schedule.
As far as I know the part-time option has the same modules than the FT option: what changes is only the schedule.
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