ASU vs. UF Online MBA


FitKoala
Hello,

I'm in my mid-twenties and living in Seattle. I want to pursuing an MBA to further my education, improve my earning potential, and hopefully advance into management at my current company. My employer is willing to pay for my education (full stipend) with the requirement I work full time (thus removing full time programs). I've been accepted into both Hough (UF) and W.P Carey (ASU) and am asking whether any of you have any insight/experience into either of the online programs and whether one is better viewed than the other? Any advice would be much appreciated.
Hello,

I'm in my mid-twenties and living in Seattle. I want to pursuing an MBA to further my education, improve my earning potential, and hopefully advance into management at my current company. My employer is willing to pay for my education (full stipend) with the requirement I work full time (thus removing full time programs). I've been accepted into both Hough (UF) and W.P Carey (ASU) and am asking whether any of you have any insight/experience into either of the online programs and whether one is better viewed than the other? Any advice would be much appreciated.
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George Pat...
Those two seem very close to each other in terms of ranking
I think Florida has bigger brand name but ASU better career services ranking

Both of them offer their MBA for free to everyone accepted (the full time MBA), so they attract very good students and are expected to rise in rankings (having more applications they can choose quality students)

Maybe check out which one has better reputation in your area, and which one has more alumni in your area of interest
Those two seem very close to each other in terms of ranking
I think Florida has bigger brand name but ASU better career services ranking

Both of them offer their MBA for free to everyone accepted (the full time MBA), so they attract very good students and are expected to rise in rankings (having more applications they can choose quality students)

Maybe check out which one has better reputation in your area, and which one has more alumni in your area of interest
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Duncan
Are they both 48 credits? It seems a bit light.
Are they both 48 credits? It seems a bit light.
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