is acbsp worth it?


Ive done enough research to know that acbsp isnt considered on par with aacsb but I want to know just how big of a dip in prestige were talking about here. right now Im loking at chadron because they dont require gmat and a firm Im keen on is in tight with the program. I just want to be sure i get my moneys worth with it. what are some good resources to check?

[Edited by BlazeMaster on Nov 27, 2021]

Ive done enough research to know that acbsp isnt considered on par with aacsb but I want to know just how big of a dip in prestige were talking about here. right now Im loking at chadron because they dont require gmat and a firm Im keen on is in tight with the program. I just want to be sure i get my moneys worth with it. what are some good resources to check?
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Duncan

If you might ever want to work anywhere else, then you will not get your money's worth. The online MBAs at the universities of Boston, Illinois, and Nebraska are similar in cost to CSC. I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs. 

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 27, 2021]

If you might ever want to work anywhere else, then you will not get your money's worth. The online MBAs at the universities of Boston, Illinois, and Nebraska are similar in cost to CSC. I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs. 
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Thanks fior the advice but my gmat was notso hotso so Im looking at places that dont require it. all those schools seem to require gmat except for special circumstances that dont apply

Thanks fior the advice but my gmat was notso hotso so Im looking at places that dont require it. all those schools seem to require gmat except for special circumstances that dont apply
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Duncan

You are mistaken. Boston and Illinois do not require the GMAT. Nebraska will let you start with a certificate, and then you can enter the MBA. I worry that you are not really researching the options and have self-limiting beliefs about the sort of boost an MBA will give you. 

You are mistaken. Boston and Illinois do not require the GMAT. Nebraska will let you start with a certificate, and then you can enter the MBA. I worry that you are not really researching the options and have self-limiting beliefs about the sort of boost an MBA will give you. 
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There are many universities in the UK which do not require GMAT if you got excellent undergraduate CGPA and work experience. You can try them as well.

There are many universities in the UK which do not require GMAT if you got excellent undergraduate CGPA and work experience. You can try them as well.<br><br>
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i nevr even considered going abroad. doubt i can afford it but its worth a look. 

i nevr even considered going abroad. doubt i can afford it but its worth a look.&nbsp;
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Duncan

I think the other person is suggesting an online MBA from one of the top business schools in the UK, rather than your traveling abroad to study. Birmingham, Durham, Reading... Places like that with AACSB accreditation. Personally, I think Illinois or Boston will be better for you. 

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I think the other person is suggesting an online MBA from one of the top business schools in the UK, rather than your traveling abroad to study. Birmingham, Durham, Reading... Places like that with AACSB accreditation. Personally, I think Illinois or Boston will be better for you.&nbsp;
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JackWhite

I was also interested in this question, thanks a lot for this thread and answers.

I was also interested in this question, thanks a lot for this thread and answers.
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mba hipste...

I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs.

This is a great point that is worth repeating. Stick with a program that has accreditation from AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. 

[quote] I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs. [/quote]<br>This is a great point that is worth repeating. Stick with a program that has accreditation from AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS.&nbsp;
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Ive done enough research to know that acbsp isnt considered on par with aacsb but I want to know just how big of a dip in prestige were talking about here. right now Im loking at chadron because they dont require gmat and a firm Im keen on is in tight with the program. I just want to be sure i get my moneys worth with it. what are some good resources to check?


Well, I think it is and it's more subjective

[quote]Ive done enough research to know that acbsp isnt considered on par with aacsb but I want to know just how big of a dip in prestige were talking about here. right now Im loking at chadron because they dont require gmat and a firm Im keen on is in tight with the program. I just want to be sure i get my moneys worth with it. what are some good resources to check? [/quote]<br><br>Well, I think it is and it's more subjective
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Duncan

Real comment or bot? SO hard to tell. 

Real comment or bot? SO hard to tell.&nbsp;
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FK

If you might ever want to work anywhere else, then you will not get your money's worth. The online MBAs at the universities of Boston, Illinois, and Nebraska are similar in cost to CSC. I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs. 

[quote]If you might ever want to work anywhere else, then you will not get your money's worth. The online MBAs at the universities of Boston, Illinois, and Nebraska are similar in cost to CSC. I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs.&nbsp; [/quote]
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FK

If you might ever want to work anywhere else, then you will not get your money's worth. The online MBAs at the universities of Boston, Illinois, and Nebraska are similar in cost to CSC. I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs. 

[quote]If you might ever want to work anywhere else, then you will not get your money's worth. The online MBAs at the universities of Boston, Illinois, and Nebraska are similar in cost to CSC. I assume CSC will not release salary data, but I think you won't find any ASCSP MBA with a average salary close to those for those better programs.&nbsp; [/quote]
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