Good Value US MBAs


Razors Edg...
I'm compiling a list of some good full-time MBA programs in the USA that are good values. Sort of a "good bang for your buck" list. I'm judging based on tuition cost for domestic students (under $30k,) and I'm focusing on ones that are more nationally-oriented, as opposed to those that appeal mainly to regional students.

This is what I have so far, feel free to add ones if you can think of any!

Florida (Hough)
Missouri (Trulaske)
Brigham Young
Georgia (Terry)
Oklahoma (Price)
Buffalo
California State - San Bernardino
New Mexico (Anderson)
Alabama - Hunstville
Binghampton
Arizona (Eller)
William & Mary (Mason)
I'm compiling a list of some good full-time MBA programs in the USA that are good values. Sort of a "good bang for your buck" list. I'm judging based on tuition cost for domestic students (under $30k,) and I'm focusing on ones that are more nationally-oriented, as opposed to those that appeal mainly to regional students.

This is what I have so far, feel free to add ones if you can think of any!

Florida (Hough)
Missouri (Trulaske)
Brigham Young
Georgia (Terry)
Oklahoma (Price)
Buffalo
California State - San Bernardino
New Mexico (Anderson)
Alabama - Hunstville
Binghampton
Arizona (Eller)
William & Mary (Mason)
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ralph
Nice list.

You might add Wisconsin, for in-state residents it's less than $20k, and ranked by Businessweek as well.

There are also some good ones, maybe more regionally, that are fairly good values. I'm thinking of Missouri State, the University of Toledo, the University of Memphis, etc.

But a little higher up on the budget scale are some really great finds: Tennessee Knoxville, Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Texas A&M - Mays...
Nice list.

You might add Wisconsin, for in-state residents it's less than $20k, and ranked by Businessweek as well.

There are also some good ones, maybe more regionally, that are fairly good values. I'm thinking of Missouri State, the University of Toledo, the University of Memphis, etc.

But a little higher up on the budget scale are some really great finds: Tennessee Knoxville, Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Texas A&M - Mays...
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mba hipste...
I just saw that there are some new AACSB-accredited US business schools - these are looking like pretty good values, especially for local students:

Union University - $18k
Florida Southern - $30k
I just saw that there are some new AACSB-accredited US business schools - these are looking like pretty good values, especially for local students:

Union University - $18k
Florida Southern - $30k
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Razors Edg...
It's great that Florida Southern has accreditation now, but I don't know - with that kind of money you can do the Warrington MBA - it's ranked in BusinessWeek and has pretty good placements.
It's great that Florida Southern has accreditation now, but I don't know - with that kind of money you can do the Warrington MBA - it's ranked in BusinessWeek and has pretty good placements.
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