I've managed to glean a ton of information from this site, and am proposing the following scenario (well, OK, it's MY scenario) for your opinions to finalize my final list of MBA programs to which I will apply: I am a Sr. IT Consultant for a leading international tech consulting firm. I need an MBA to be competetive for a VP/Manager track. I travel nearly 100% and am thus only looking at online options. Similarly, my travel schedule requires that any viable program for me should have the following: 1. Preferably no proctored exams (or as very few as possible) 2. Asynchronous learning schedule - I travel all US time zones and sometimes internationally to Europe and Asia - I can't be locked into set times for online classes, etc. on a regular basis. 3. No frequent or lengthy residency requirements (a few days here and there or a "capstone week" in the program would be OK) 4. AACSB accreditation (employer only reimburses AACSB programs) 5. I'm 36 with 14 yrs experience in IT and have a non-business undergrad degree (Biology) with a 3.4 GPA from a well-reputed, rigorous liberal arts school. I'd rather not have to take foundation courses or a ton of prerequisites if at all possible. My GMAT prep exam scores should put me in the 650-670 range for the real deal. Any recommendations from the field? Many thanks in advance!