Temple University is a top-notch business school with a national reputation, and is AACSB accredited. Business undergrad is not required, and GMAT can be waived. The school offers one class every 5 weeks and works in a cohort format. Tuition is extremely pricey. University of Scranton offers 8 week terms. Ranked 8 by US News for Regional Universities North. Furthermore, is AACSB accredited and does not require the GMAT. Tuition is also pretty pricey (around $815 per credit). St. Leo University also offers 8 week terms, and allows one to complete a MBA within a year, if so desired. Ranked in the first tier for Regional Universities South. RA, and I believe ACBSP accredited (tuition is in the $600's, with discounts for vets). Southern New Hampshire University offers 8 week terms, ranks in the first tier for Regional Universities North and is ACBSP accredited. Norwich University is a highly respected regional university in Vermont (ranked #60, I believe), and is accredited by ACBSP. They offer a MBA program which is completed in a cohort format in either 18 or 24 months, depending on undergrad coursework already completed. Norwich offers one seminar every 11 weeks, with each seminar producing 6 credits. Therefore, in a way, every 5.5 weeks another 3 credits are earned. I'm not sure if Webster University was mentioned yet, but the school is well-ranked within the region, operates on 9 week terms, and is ACBSP accredited. Of all the above mentioned schools, I'd venture to say that Temple, Scranton, and Norwich would present the most reputable pedigree, but that's mostly opinion, and all of the other programs are legitimate as well.