MBA 1Year Program US


kpm24

Can someone please let me know, the top 1year MBA programs in US? I am aware of few of them in Canada / Europe. Please advice about the universities.

And I would like to know the specific MBA program (Marketing, Finance, IM etc.), which has a higher value in the 1 year program (US university).

Appreciate your response.

Can someone please let me know, the top 1year MBA programs in US? I am aware of few of them in Canada / Europe. Please advice about the universities.

And I would like to know the specific MBA program (Marketing, Finance, IM etc.), which has a higher value in the 1 year program (US university).

Appreciate your response.
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I would say

- Northwestern (Kellogg)
- UCLA (Anderson)
- Michigan (Ross)
- Cornell (Johnson)
- Indiana Bloomington (Kelley)
- USC (Marshall)
- Thunderbird (Garvin)

(in that order).

Did I miss any?

I would say

- Northwestern (Kellogg)
- UCLA (Anderson)
- Michigan (Ross)
- Cornell (Johnson)
- Indiana Bloomington (Kelley)
- USC (Marshall)
- Thunderbird (Garvin)

(in that order).

Did I miss any?
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kpm24

Hi LaVoz De Galicia,

Appreciate your response, can you also tell me the average work exp & gmat scores these schools may need.
And one more question, do we specialize in a 1 yr program or do we take on all requisite courses from all facets i.e. marketing, finance, international management etc.

Thanks again for your response.

Hi LaVoz De Galicia,

Appreciate your response, can you also tell me the average work exp & gmat scores these schools may need.
And one more question, do we specialize in a 1 yr program or do we take on all requisite courses from all facets i.e. marketing, finance, international management etc.

Thanks again for your response.

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Hi, you can find this info on the websites of the programs. For Cornell I happen to know:
- Average years of work experience: 6
- Average GMAT score: 710
- Average GPA: 3.6
Suitable for you?

Hi, you can find this info on the websites of the programs. For Cornell I happen to know:
- Average years of work experience: 6
- Average GMAT score: 710
- Average GPA: 3.6
Suitable for you?

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kpm24

Hi,
Thank you for the information, would you happen to know for the MBA program at USC and Thunderbird. I shall take a look at their websites as well.

Best,

Hi,
Thank you for the information, would you happen to know for the MBA program at USC and Thunderbird. I shall take a look at their websites as well.

Best,
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masterXX

Hello. I was looking for that information concerning USC, but couldn't find any average. What I know is that USC requires a minimun 2 years work experience, and that there are no numerical cutoffs for either the GMAT or GPA. Of course it would be very interesting to know the avarage, if you find out please share.

Hello. I was looking for that information concerning USC, but couldn't find any average. What I know is that USC requires a minimun 2 years work experience, and that there are no numerical cutoffs for either the GMAT or GPA. Of course it would be very interesting to know the avarage, if you find out please share.
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jcohen

I would say

- Northwestern (Kellogg)
- UCLA (Anderson)
- Michigan (Ross)
- Cornell (Johnson)
- Indiana Bloomington (Kelley)
- USC (Marshall)
- Thunderbird (Garvin)

(in that order).

Did I miss any?


only Northwestern offers 1 yr MBA from that list.

Outside of Northwestern the best 1 yr MBA in the USA is University of Florida. The school just got $60 million ($30 Millon gift + state matching funds) to build new business building.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/programs/

<blockquote>I would say

- Northwestern (Kellogg)
- UCLA (Anderson)
- Michigan (Ross)
- Cornell (Johnson)
- Indiana Bloomington (Kelley)
- USC (Marshall)
- Thunderbird (Garvin)

(in that order).

Did I miss any?</blockquote>

only Northwestern offers 1 yr MBA from that list.

Outside of Northwestern the best 1 yr MBA in the USA is University of Florida. The school just got $60 million ($30 Millon gift + state matching funds) to build new business building.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/programs/


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only Northwestern offers 1 yr MBA from that list...


That's not correct. All of them do offer special one-year MBA programs (except Kelley). Check the links below:

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/x9715.xml
http://www.bus.umich.edu/Academics/GMBA/AnnArbor/default.htm
http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/academic/accelerated/
http://www.marshall.usc.edu/web/IBEARMBA.cfm?doc_id=1635
http://www.thunderbird.edu/prospective_students/ft_degrees/index.htm?cs=M0001D0002V0030&cd=Listing

Best, LaVoz

<blockquote>
only Northwestern offers 1 yr MBA from that list...
</blockquote>

That's not correct. All of them do offer special one-year MBA programs (except Kelley). Check the links below:

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/x9715.xml
http://www.bus.umich.edu/Academics/GMBA/AnnArbor/default.htm
http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/academic/accelerated/
http://www.marshall.usc.edu/web/IBEARMBA.cfm?doc_id=1635
http://www.thunderbird.edu/prospective_students/ft_degrees/index.htm?cs=M0001D0002V0030&cd=Listing

Best, LaVoz
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Actually, after checking the website again I found out that Anderson does not offer a one-year MBA either... The maximum acceleration would allow for the program to complete in 27 months.

Actually, after checking the website again I found out that Anderson does not offer a one-year MBA either... The maximum acceleration would allow for the program to complete in 27 months.
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jcohen

Actually, after checking the website again I found out that Anderson does not offer a one-year MBA either... The maximum acceleration would allow for the program to complete in 27 months.


cornell 12 months is only for engineers(somebody with M.S is science)

thunderbird is 15 months

USC and Michigan are both Executive education programs requiring at least 5 years in high level managerial positions.
Thes programs are for select few only.

Value for the money University of Florida still your best bet

<blockquote>Actually, after checking the website again I found out that Anderson does not offer a one-year MBA either... The maximum acceleration would allow for the program to complete in 27 months. </blockquote>

cornell 12 months is only for engineers(somebody with M.S is science)

thunderbird is 15 months

USC and Michigan are both Executive education programs requiring at least 5 years in high level managerial positions.
Thes programs are for select few only.

Value for the money University of Florida still your best bet
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Your last comments about University of Florida sound really enthusiastic. Are you in some way affiliated with that school?

Your last comments about University of Florida sound really enthusiastic. Are you in some way affiliated with that school?
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Anyone heard of the MBA at DePaul University Chicago? I just saw that it is a 1-year program too. What's it worth?

Anyone heard of the MBA at DePaul University Chicago? I just saw that it is a 1-year program too. What's it worth?
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jcohen

Your last comments about University of Florida sound really enthusiastic. Are you in some way affiliated with that school?


i wish! 2 national championships and a rocking campus full of beautiful people, sunny weather etc...compare that to Michigan :-)

If u have undegrad in business you can earn MBA in 10 months, otherwise 12... much cheaper than other major schools... like i said somewhere else once they use, that $60 million they just received, for the new building its a top 20 school in no time

<blockquote>Your last comments about University of Florida sound really enthusiastic. Are you in some way affiliated with that school?</blockquote>

i wish! 2 national championships and a rocking campus full of beautiful people, sunny weather etc...compare that to Michigan :-)

If u have undegrad in business you can earn MBA in 10 months, otherwise 12... much cheaper than other major schools... like i said somewhere else once they use, that $60 million they just received, for the new building its a top 20 school in no time

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Hiroko

Besides, USD has a full-time MBA which can be completed in 12 or 15 months.

Besides, USD has a full-time MBA which can be completed in 12 or 15 months.
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kpm24

Is your response to DePaul University Chicago MBA program?
So from the replies so far, is FL a better university for MBA online?
One more question, what if you can't relocate or move to another state to pursue MBA. Which online MBA programs (1yr) would you all recommend?

Is your response to DePaul University Chicago MBA program?
So from the replies so far, is FL a better university for MBA online?
One more question, what if you can't relocate or move to another state to pursue MBA. Which online MBA programs (1yr) would you all recommend?
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Anyone heard of the MBA at DePaul University Chicago? I just saw that it is a 1-year program too. What's it worth?

<blockquote>Anyone heard of the MBA at DePaul University Chicago? I just saw that it is a 1-year program too. What's it worth? </blockquote>
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G3XL

If you don't have an undergrad in business, then your chances of doing a 1 year MBA in NY are slim and none (possible, but highly improbable). Unless a particular program is specifically structured to condense all the core, advanced requisites, and electives in 4-6 standard academic terms (inclusive of summer semesters), then it's not advisable let alone feasible to pursue such an option.

You and Adriana_Garcia may want to take a nice look at the University of Pittsburgh's Katz Graduate School of Business. Now, this is how a 1 year MBA program should be properly structured:

http://www.katz.pitt.edu/mba_oneyear.html

If you don't have an undergrad in business, then your chances of doing a 1 year MBA in NY are slim and none (possible, but highly improbable). Unless a particular program is specifically structured to condense all the core, advanced requisites, and electives in 4-6 standard academic terms (inclusive of summer semesters), then it's not advisable let alone feasible to pursue such an option.

You and Adriana_Garcia may want to take a nice look at the University of Pittsburgh's Katz Graduate School of Business. Now, this is how a 1 year MBA program should be properly structured:

http://www.katz.pitt.edu/mba_oneyear.html
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Hiroko

Thanks for that evaluation. I was just wondering if the 1-year formula would be an option, since it's less costs and easier to combine with my job. But when I read your comment, it doesn't seem a good idea at all.
Anyways, my first priority is to study in NY, I'll just skip the 1 year idea - and have a look at the longer programs only.

Thanks for that evaluation. I was just wondering if the 1-year formula would be an option, since it's less costs and easier to combine with my job. But when I read your comment, it doesn't seem a good idea at all.
Anyways, my first priority is to study in NY, I'll just skip the 1 year idea - and have a look at the longer programs only.
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jcohen

Can someone please let me know, the top 1year MBA programs in US? I am aware of few of them in Canada / Europe. Please advice about the universities.

And I would like to know the specific MBA program (Marketing, Finance, IM etc.), which has a higher value in the 1 year program (US university).

Appreciate your response.


Once again the top 1 yr MBA program is the University of Florida, they also offer Internet MBA which gives the exact same degree/diploma

http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/FutureStudents/programoverview.asp

<blockquote>Can someone please let me know, the top 1year MBA programs in US? I am aware of few of them in Canada / Europe. Please advice about the universities.

And I would like to know the specific MBA program (Marketing, Finance, IM etc.), which has a higher value in the 1 year program (US university).

Appreciate your response. </blockquote>

Once again the top 1 yr MBA program is the University of Florida, they also offer Internet MBA which gives the exact same degree/diploma

http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/FutureStudents/programoverview.asp



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Can someone please let me know the top 1year programs in usa?i would like to know the specific MBA program(marketing,finance,it,etc)....n i want the university which accepts 3year bachelor degree...and there is no work experience....waiting for your respose..

Can someone please let me know the top 1year programs in usa?i would like to know the specific MBA program(marketing,finance,it,etc)....n i want the university which accepts 3year bachelor degree...and there is no work experience....waiting for your respose..
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