The best MBA degree

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by Zaya, Jan 19, 2008.

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  1. Zaya

    Zaya New Member

    If money is no issue, which RA MBA programs would, you choose?
    The reason I am asking is that I have a friend in Dubai that wants to do pursue a MBA degree. Believe it or not she almost signed up with UoP (Dubai campus). I told her for the money she was going to spend; maybe she should look into the Harvard or other programs. She wants a school with a great reputation.
    I am not in the business area, so any suggestion is welcomed.
     
  2. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    How about Duke University's Executive MBA www.fuqua.duke.edu ?
     
  3. macattack

    macattack New Member

    Money is NO object? Distance learning? US programs?

    Duke, Indiana, Syracuse, Arizona State, Penn State, Thunderbird and UMASS come to mind. Thunderbird is the #1 international business school. All but UMASS require some residency.

    These programs range from around $25,000 and up (much higher). I think UMASS is a good option because it is the lowest cost program, but still reputable and is 100% online.

    Rather than posting several links, the links can be found here.

    There are hundreds of MBA programs out there. As far as the most prestigious online programs, these are the ones that come to mind.
     
  4. Zaya

    Zaya New Member

    The program looks great, but is geared towards professionals with experience. I am afraid that she does not qualify.
    But thanks for the reply.
     
  5. Zaya

    Zaya New Member

    thanks

    The list and your post were very helpful.
     
  6. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator Staff Member

  7. edowave

    edowave Active Member

  8. macattack

    macattack New Member

    Good call, for some reason UF slipped my mind. They have a 1 year (16-month) MBA program. They are very well respected and have a proposed DL DBA in the works.
     
  9. Bruce

    Bruce Moderator Staff Member

  10. Ian Anderson

    Ian Anderson Active Member

  11. tcmak

    tcmak New Member

  12. novemberdude

    novemberdude New Member

    Agreed. And I'd add Warwick and Henley (tcmak already got to Imperial).
     
  13. Zaya

    Zaya New Member

    I appreciate everyone's feedback.
     
  14. I have been very satisfied with Indiana's program. I'm taking it at half speed so I'm in year 3 of a 2 year degree plan...but the end is in sight. There is no grade inflation so you need to work at it (unlike many MBA-lite programs), and it's AACSB. There are 2 residencies but it's very flexible otherwise and the Kelley Direct staff have been fantastic.
     
  15. Pugman

    Pugman New Member

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    macattack New Member

  17. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    You know, I've decided that I answered this question the wrong way. Not that I'm retracting my opinion about Duke. They're a great school, and very prestigious, too. What I did wrong was that I spoon-fed you by telling you which is the best school. Instead, I've decided to pass on some info on DL MBA programs and let you, the reader(s) decide which is the best school for you.
     
  18. buckwheat3

    buckwheat3 Master of the Obvious

    Duke if 100,000 is not a problem
     
  19. Hortonka

    Hortonka New Member


    If that's the case and money isn't a problem why not chosse the cornell-Queens university program its 94,000 and get two MBA from two very highly rank schools

    http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/academic/cqemba/
     
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  20. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Well, yeah, $120,000 for the Global Executive MBA and $80,000 for the Cross Continent MBA.
     

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