Our MBA Program Is An Exceptional Value

Our part-time MBA program in the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno, was recently rated #4 nationally by Bloomberg BusinessWeek. We first appeared in their rankings in 2009 at #21 nationally, so our jump to #4 was a very pleasant surprise.

I looked at some of the data Bloomberg BusinessWeek used to determine their rankings, and one number really jumped out at me – our very affordable cost. The spreadsheet I have displays the top 30 schools in the part-time MBA rankings, and our tuition costs are the lowest of those top 30 ranked schools. According to the website for the part-time MBA program, the total cost to complete our program in tuition, books, and fees, is around $21,000. That is an incredible value!

Our online Executive MBA program, taught by the same faculty as our nationally ranked MBA program, is also an exceptional value. According to the website, the total cost of the program is only $24,000. If you can find a better value in an online Executive MBA from an AACSB accredited college of business, please let me know!

If you have five or more years of professional work experience beyond the undergraduate degree and have wanted to advance your career by earning an MBA, you should check out our online EMBA program. We are currently accepting applicants for our 2012 cohort, but space is limited so apply NOW!

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Welcome To The Online EMBA Program

New Online Executive MBA Program At The University Of Nevada, Reno

About Bret Simmons

Nevada Management Professor

Posted on November 16, 2011, in About the program and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I am very excited about the awesome ranking. I plan to earn my MBA from UNR when I get done with my undergrad. If the level of education I received for my undergraduate degree is any indication of the quality of the MBA program, I will have my work cut out for me.

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