Hello, I am in search of the best 12 Month MBA online school I can find to enroll in the Spring 2016. So far I have narrowed my search to these schools in no particular order: 1. Boise State, 12 months, 49 Credits, $32,250, pre-req included, 7 wk terms, GMAT Waivered 2. Miss State, 12-16 months, 33 Credits, $13,072, possible 4 Pre-reqs needed, 8 wk terms, GMAT not waivered 3. UTPana, 12 months, 36 Credits, $17,000, possible 4 Pre-reqs needed, 7 week terms, GMAT waivered 4. LSUShreport, 12 months, 36 Credits, $12,652, possible two pre-req needed, 7 wk terms, GMAT waivered 5. UTenn-Chatt, 12-16, 36 credits, $23,088, no pre-reqs needed, 7 week terms, GMAT waivered 6. Southeast Missouri, 16 months, 33 Credits, $9,636, possible 9 pre-reqs, 8 week terms, GMAT Waivered 7. Umass-Lowell, 12-16 months, 30 Credits, $25,000, possible 4 pre-reqs needed, 8 weeks terms, GMAT Waivered 8. UL-Monroe, 16-24 months, 33 credits, $15,675, possible 2 pre-reqs needed, 1, 6 week terms, GMAT Waivered 9. Temple, 20 months, 48 Credits, $62,208, pre-reqs included, 4 week terms, GMAT Waivered 10. Colorado State, 16 months, 33 Credits, $32,250, No pre-req course needed, 7 wk terms, GMAT Waivered All these schools are AACSB. Here is my situation; I am a Navy Vet. I have an undergrad GPA of 3.5, a Grad GPA of 3.92. I don't want to take the GMAT if at all possible (Savings of $250). All but one of the schools above will waiver the GMAT thanks to my other Masters. I have one year left of VA-911 GI-BILL money left to use to get this MBA. I am in Florida so it has to be a distance/online program. My preference is to attend Temple if I am able to find the money with grants but without any loans. Having said that, my other preference would be to get the most bang for my money and go after the MBA with the most punch. I have read the threads about getting a local or regional MBA from the schools in your area as they would be better recognized, etc. Being in Florida, I only have one school near me (UNF) and not only is it expensive, but it would take 24 months to complete, thus depleting my va funds. So that is why I eliminated them. Based on people's experience here, what do you guys recommend? What can you chime in as to any of the schools above? I am waiting for an answer from Miss State about being able to complete in one year, which is where I would like to go if I decide to take the GMAT. If they say no then I would likely look at UT-Chatt, LSUShrevport, UTPA. If I was to take the GMAT, then I could open other doors and look at other universities like Auburn, SDSU, UND, ETC. But again, my preference is not to take the GMAT. I really like to know what you guys think in regards to reputation for these schools. Is Boise State a good choice? are LSUS, UT-Chatt, UTPA good programs? Thanks in advance.