MBA Extremes

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by galizur, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. galizur

    galizur New Member

    Does anyone know what the extremes are for distance MBAs?

    The cheapest appears to be Amberton, which I believe is $4995 currently.

    What's the most expensive? I came across one that was around $120000, but I don't recall the name.

    The length of the programs appears to vary from 10 months to nearly 3 years.

  2. edowave

    edowave Active Member

    The last I paid attention, Duke's online MBA was the most expensive.
  3. galizur

    galizur New Member

  4. Dave C.

    Dave C. New Member

    I would like to be crackers...


    They may be crackers, but I for one would take this course in a heartbeat if the time and money was available. Also bear in mind you are getting two MBAs, one from the best UK business school and one from a top 10 US school...

    Here is another (not quite so) expensive MBA that caught my eye but was out of my range (48 000.00 Euros) - OneMBA

    All the best,

    Dave C.
  5. tcmak

    tcmak New Member

  6. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Actually, I think the cheapest is Ashworth, which is still under 5K. Unless we're excluding DETC and counting RA only.
  7. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Geez! As if 128K isn't enough for their program at the main campus, they charge 138K (a 10K premium!) for their branch campus program. Hmm.
  8. galizur

    galizur New Member

    Re: Re: MBA Extremes

    No, you're quite right. Amberton is the cheapest RA MBA, I believe, not counting in-state discounts. Ashworth is the cheapest DETC MBA.

  9. Jack Tracey

    Jack Tracey New Member

    Re: Re: Re: MBA Extremes

    I'm going to bend the criteria just a tiny bit in order to sneak in a candidate for "least expensive MBA." At UNISA, the MBA equivalent is the MComm degree in Business Management. As UNISA is DETC accredited through the Masters level I think they beat Ashworth for the cheapest DETC MBA (MComm).

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