I've been thinking more and more about getting an MBA as my second master's. It's one of those degrees that my employer would likely reimburse without questioning it, because by it's very nature it is "related to my job" - that said, there are a million MBA programs out there - I wasn't even considering Capella - as I have mixed feelings about it as an institution, putting it into the University of Phoenix/Walden/Kaplan space in my head, but I've watched some videos people have posted about doing the "FlexPath" option and it kind of appeals to me - It's something that I'd really like to complete in a year if possible, and for a reasonable price, (my employer reimbursement only goes so far) - I had originally found the HAU program for $3000 and then I started to settle on WGU. My other option is going locally to Franklin University, but their program is only IACBE, and it would run about $14K. WGU I might be able to complete in a year for around $10K, but Capella's FlexPath is intriguing to me. Anyone have any real-world experience with them or the program? My only real experience with anyone from Capella was a business consultant we used to use several years ago, she was a graduate of Capella and was working on her PhD from there as well - she loved it and advocated for it, and she was a pretty sharp consultant.