Title

Publication: UND College of Business and Public Administration tops in online MBA ranking

Document Type

News Article

Publication Date

7-30-2015

Campus Unit

College of Business & Public Administration

Abstract

The University of North Dakota College of Business and Public Administration (CoBPA)is the best place around to receive an affordable online Masters of Business Administration degree, according to TopManagementDegrees.com in its recent Top 50 ranking.

The publication rated UND tops for its commitment to online education, demonstrated by the number of programs available and the availability of in-state tuition regardless of residency.

The Masters of Business Administration program is housed in the CoBPA, and is offered in cooperation with the UND Office of Extended Learning.

The online MBA program holds accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. This is an accreditation achieved by fewer than 5 percent of business schools worldwide. AACSB International is the premier accrediting agency for bachelor, master and doctoral degree programs in business administration.

The online MBA program emphasizes planning, organizing, operating and controlling a business enterprise, and offers a concentration in international business.

According to TopManagementDegrees.com, professionals pursue an MBA for a competitive edge in the job market, for possible promotions or salary increases, and for the acquisition of general business and management expertise. An online MBA also allows students to continue gaining valuable work experience while at the same time advancing their education.

TopManagementDegrees.com's business education rankings are designed to help prospective students make informed choices about where to invest their time and money.

“We are committed to connecting people to inspiring ideas and high quality educational opportunities,” said Tammie Cagle, publication editor. “We are confident that students will find both at the University of North Dakota.”

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