Washington State, Arizona State, and IU Kelley top the 2013 list

US News and World Report has released the 2013 edition of its online MBA rankings.

The ranking, which only lists US-based distance learning programs, is topped by Washington State University, which is followed by Arizona State University - Carey, Indiana University - Kelley, the University of Florida, and California State University - Fullerton to round out the top five.

The results are based on program performance in four areas: faculty credentials and training, student services and technology, student engagement, and admissions selectivity.

Unlike other MBA rankings, this one does not take into account standard factors like post-graduation salary increase and career services capabilities.

Read more at US News' 2013 Online MBA rankings, or follow the links to the top ten online MBA programs below.

You can also read our recent article about MBA rankings and why they are important.

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