Hello all. I've been browsing this forum for the past few weeks trying to find a program right for me. While I've seen many different suggestions, I think my situation is unique enough to warrant its own post. Here's a bit of background about my situation: * Possess a BS in Management/Computer Information Systems from a little known regional college, but I graduated Summa Cum Laude. I was in the military at the time so I worked through the program in a hybrid of in-class and online. * Possess a MS in Computer Science from a very well known university. This was after I left the military and was well established in my career. I attended full time at the brick & mortar school during evenings after my job. It was at times grueling. * I have approximately 16 months left on a post-911 GI Bill. * I've never taken the GMAT and don't plan to. My GRE score (more than 5 years ago) seems too old to be accepted anywhere. I now find myself in my 30s and wanting to advance my career past middle management. The feedback I've received overwhelmingly from peers, directors, and C-level executives is to pursue an MBA. Unfortunately I don't think I can do another program where I have to attend in person, so I'd like to look online. I'd also ideally like to pay very little out of pocket. So basically I'm looking for the perfect sweet spot where a few things converge: fast delivery (between 12 - 18 months), able to be covered almost entirely by the GI Bill, entirely or mostly online, no GMAT, and AACSB accredited. I'm willing to compromise a bit on the AACSB portion as long as the program is from a decently well known school. I plan to stay in business so AACSB is not as big a deal as positive name recognition. I understand this is quite a long list of requirements, but I'd appreciate any feedback this forum might be able to provide. Some of the current programs I'm looking at are West Texas A&M, Texas A&M, Frostburg, Florida International, and Norwich. The Texas and West Texas A&M programs thus far seem closest to what I'm searching for. Anyone have any further thoughts or inputs?