Students have a lot of choices when considering an MBA. But before committing to an MBA degree, we recommend conducting a six-point evaluation of programs:

  1. Does the program have AACSB Accreditation, which is the most prestigious and recognized accreditation for business programs, with less than 5% of the world's business schools achieving this accreditation.
  2. Has the program earned national and global recognition?
  3. Does the program feature faculty who are either research active and/or professionally qualified?
  4. Does the program provide convenient course offerings with flexible schedules?
  5. Does the program offer scholarships, graduate assistantships, financial aid, internships, study abroad opportunities, and career counseling?
  6. What is the total value of the program, considering quality, cost and convenience?

How does our MBA Program compare?

  1. AACSB Accreditation.
  2. Recognized by U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, CEO Magazine, and Military Times
  3. Faculty must have either earned a terminal degree (e.g. PhD) and be research active; or have earned a graduate degree (e.g. MBA) and have over five years of professional experience.
  4. We offer evening, weekend, and online course options.
  5. We offer a merit scholarship, graduate assistantships, professional development funds, study abroad opportunities, and have a dedicated internship coordinator and career counselor.
  6. Our program, based on quality, cost and convenience is one of the best options worldwide!