Cheapest mba in LA or Boston


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Can someone help me out with the colleges that offer cheapest MBA in LA or Boston. I'm basically from bangalore, India. Just a undergraduate in B.com. Want to pursue my MBA in 2014.

Can someone help me out with the colleges that offer cheapest MBA in LA or Boston. I'm basically from bangalore, India. Just a undergraduate in B.com. Want to pursue my MBA in 2014.
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Duncan

The cheapest MBA in those cities will be terrible. Why not take a cheaper community college course in something that might actually get you a job (Like http://www.piercecollege.edu/pierce_career.asp ), and then just give the money you save to the crooks who run those terrible schools?

http://www.cheaponlinecolleges.org/top-community-colleges-los-angeles-district/

The cheapest MBA in those cities will be terrible. Why not take a cheaper community college course in something that might actually get you a job (Like http://www.piercecollege.edu/pierce_career.asp ), and then just give the money you save to the crooks who run those terrible schools?

http://www.cheaponlinecolleges.org/top-community-colleges-los-angeles-district/
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ralph

In LA, the lowest you'll want to go is something like one of region's CSU programs (Long Beach or Fullerton, for instance). The one-year program at Pepperdine is a reasonable value as well, at about $66k, and that will give you a wider network and career services that would be more geared towards international students as well.

There aren't a ton of low-cost options in Boston. However, the Suffolk Sawyer does come to mind, it's got a solid MBA program for less than $40k.

In LA, the lowest you'll want to go is something like one of region's CSU programs (Long Beach or Fullerton, for instance). The one-year program at Pepperdine is a reasonable value as well, at about $66k, and that will give you a wider network and career services that would be more geared towards international students as well.

There aren't a ton of low-cost options in Boston. However, the Suffolk Sawyer does come to mind, it's got a solid MBA program for less than $40k.
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Duncan

Great recommendations. If this person is a fresh graduate they will struggle to get into one of the cheapest accredited programmes. It's more likely that person is looking at unaccredited programmes i.e. really the cheapest thing called an MBA. That would be a bad investment.

Great recommendations. If this person is a fresh graduate they will struggle to get into one of the cheapest accredited programmes. It's more likely that person is looking at unaccredited programmes i.e. really the cheapest thing called an MBA. That would be a bad investment.
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Mbaplans

Hey thanks both of you for your suggestions. I ll make things clear why I need a mba. I just want to go abroad and enjoy my last 2 yrs of student life, so I choose those two cities. You can recommend any other place for my references, I don't mind taking into consideration.
I know it's not a worthy investment, but I ll be back to my place to take over my dads business. That's why I need a cheapest mba. And you may ask why only mba? As I ve already done my UG, I don't want any other certificate related to it.
Thanks :)

Hey thanks both of you for your suggestions. I ll make things clear why I need a mba. I just want to go abroad and enjoy my last 2 yrs of student life, so I choose those two cities. You can recommend any other place for my references, I don't mind taking into consideration.
I know it's not a worthy investment, but I ll be back to my place to take over my dads business. That's why I need a cheapest mba. And you may ask why only mba? As I ve already done my UG, I don't want any other certificate related to it.
Thanks :)
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Duncan

Well, if you don't care about the quality and just want to waste the fees and two years of study just so you can hand out in LA, why not look at: http://www.cheapmba.net/affordable-mba-programs-in-california/

If think you are considering somewhere worse than Loyola Marymount College of Business then you may be better off attending a community college and then buying a fake MBA diploma off the internet.

PS Antioch University Los Angeles has an alternative: http://www.antiochla.edu/academics/ma-organizational-management/

Well, if you don't care about the quality and just want to waste the fees and two years of study just so you can hand out in LA, why not look at: http://www.cheapmba.net/affordable-mba-programs-in-california/

If think you are considering somewhere worse than Loyola Marymount College of Business then you may be better off attending a community college and then buying a fake MBA diploma off the internet.

PS Antioch University Los Angeles has an alternative: http://www.antiochla.edu/academics/ma-organizational-management/
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mba hipste...

Hey thanks both of you for your suggestions. I ll make things clear why I need a mba. I just want to go abroad and enjoy my last 2 yrs of student life, so I choose those two cities. You can recommend any other place for my references, I don't mind taking into consideration.
I know it's not a worthy investment, but I ll be back to my place to take over my dads business. That's why I need a cheapest mba. And you may ask why only mba? As I ve already done my UG, I don't want any other certificate related to it.
Thanks :)

Then why not just take two years off and travel? It would probably be a better investment than an unaccredited MBA.

<blockquote>Hey thanks both of you for your suggestions. I ll make things clear why I need a mba. I just want to go abroad and enjoy my last 2 yrs of student life, so I choose those two cities. You can recommend any other place for my references, I don't mind taking into consideration.
I know it's not a worthy investment, but I ll be back to my place to take over my dads business. That's why I need a cheapest mba. And you may ask why only mba? As I ve already done my UG, I don't want any other certificate related to it.
Thanks :)</blockquote>
Then why not just take two years off and travel? It would probably be a better investment than an unaccredited MBA.
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Duncan

I once posed this question to someone: what would happen if, instead of doing an MBA, they just spent their time taking people for lunch and coffee?

I once posed this question to someone: what would happen if, instead of doing an MBA, they just spent their time taking people for lunch and coffee?
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