I'm a senior consultant in information technology with 15 years experience in IT and I've found I really enjoy project management consulting and management consulting as well. I've been told that an MBA is going to be key to me advancing in this direction, particularly because I have a non-business undergrad degree and a tech-heavy resume. So I'm looking for an MBA program with a specialization/concentration in IT or IS (the so-called "Tech MBA"), or a dual-degree MBA/MSIT or MBA/MSIS program. With the amount of travel I do, online study is my only option, and my company requires AACSB accred. for reimbursement. Since company is paying, cost is less important, but still would like to stay under $50k for the degree to not have to borrow too much. Keep in mind also that I'm going to have to have foundation courses due to my BA-Biology from 14 years ago. Program reputation and recognition on a national level are important to keep my options open for relocating to anywhere in the U.S. I know it's a tall order, but my short list is below and I welcome any advice or comments from the field, including any other programs that might fit my needs that I have overlooked: Michigan Tech Tech MBA - new program, good curriculum, $38k all inclusive Penn State iMBA - since I live in PA, excellent name recog. and alumni assoc., but expensive at ~ $50k Auburn University MBA/MSIS - online dual degree, relatively inexpensive for both degrees (~$24-28 for MBA, another $8k or so I think for MSIS) UMASS Amherst MBA - inexpensive, great reputation, not tech-centric though Marist MBA - tech concentration, not sure of reputation outside Northeast, inexpensive, non-biz undergrad friendly Thanks, all!