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    new Louisiana MBA program

    because 200+ online MBA programs aren't enough

    A Louisiana University plans to offer online MBA this fall
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    Here is the link to the program: Online MBA - UL Lafayette Online

    Costs are $387.88 per credit hour/$1,163.64 per course which comes out to $12,800 for the degree. E-books are included with the tuition per the program website. Not too bad at all.
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    Less then $13k for an AACSB-accredited MBA from a state school is pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Less then $13k for an AACSB-accredited MBA from a state school is pretty good.
    Agreed.

    Kizmet, you have your answer why there's room for a 201st online MBA .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Less then $13k for an AACSB-accredited MBA from a state school is pretty good.
    Attractive.

    My wife took (and aced) a couple of classes in the FSU MBA program, on campus, back in the day. She does not need more education at the moment, but said she'd be open to finishing up online - she is a proud Seminole and would love to be an official alum. Problem is, this Louisiana program right here is almost half the price and equal in accreditation and prestige. I would be tempted...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanislav View Post
    Attractive.

    My wife took (and aced) a couple of classes in the FSU MBA program, on campus, back in the day. She does not need more education at the moment, but said she'd be open to finishing up online - she is a proud Seminole and would love to be an official alum. Problem is, this Louisiana program right here is almost half the price and equal in accreditation and prestige. I would be tempted...
    If AACSB, state school, and inexpensive check all the boxes, I don't think you can beat the University of Texas-Permian Basin for their online MBA ; AACSB and under $10k for the whole program, even cheaper than UL-Lafayette;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    If AACSB, state school, and inexpensive check all the boxes, I don't think you can beat the University of Texas-Permian Basin for their online MBA ; AACSB and under $10k for the whole program, even cheaper than UL-Lafayette;

    UTPB | Master of Business Administration Online

    Of course, there's something to be said for having the school of your choice on your resume.....
    Agreed. Personally, I like "UL Lafayette" name marginally better; both are great choices. At the same time, emotional connection (e.g., to FSU) can't be ignored either.
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