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These Are The 50 Best Online MBA Programs In America For 2020

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Indiana University Kelley School of Business’s online MBA program has been recognized as the best in the nation for online master’s degree programs in business administration. U.S. News Report ranked the university’s online MBA program No. 1 in America for 2020 – tied with the University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler).

U.S. News reviewed more than 1,600 online programs for the 2020 rankings — up from 1,545 last year and 677 in the first edition in 2012. A program was considered online even if it had sporadic in-person attendance requirements, like orientation or testing.

These are the 50 best online master’s degree programs in business administration in America for 2020

  1. Indiana University–Bloomington (Kelley) ($1,380 Per Credit)
  2. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler) ($2,025 Per Credit)
  3. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) ($2,125 Per Credit)
  4. University of Florida (Hough) ($1,208 Per Credit)
  5. University of Southern California (Marshall) ( $1,980 Per Credit)
  6. Pennsylvania State University–World Campus ($1,215 Per Credit)
  7. University of Mississippi ($820 Per Credit)
  8. University of Texas–Dallas ($1,564 Per Credit)
  9. Villanova University ($1,350 Per Credit)
  10. Arizona State University (Carey) ($1,236 Per Credit)

  11. University of Arizona (Eller) ($1,145 Per Credit)
  12. University of Maryland–College Park (Smith) ($1,644 Per Credit)
  13. University of Washington (Foster) ($1,209 Per Credit)
  14. University of Wisconsin MBA Consortium ($775 Per Credit)
  15. Ball State University (Miller) ($651 Per Credit)
  16. James Madison University ($900 Per Credit)
  17. North Carolina State University (Poole) ($2,011 Per Credit)
  18. Auburn University (Harbert) ($900 Per Credit)
  19. Lehigh University ($1,110 Per Credit)
  20. University of Utah (Eccles) ($1,225 Per Credit)

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  21. Washington State University ($834 Per Credit)
  22. George Washington University ($1,890 Per Credit)
  23. University of Massachusetts–Lowell ($655 Per Credit)
  24. University of Nebraska–Lincoln ($630 Per Credit)
  25. Kansas State University ($833 Per Credit)
  26. University of Wisconsin–Whitewater ($638 Per Credit)
  27. Florida State University ($750 Per Credit)
  28. College of William & Mary (Raymond A. Mason School of Business) ($1,300 Per Credit)
  29. Rochester Institute of Technology (Saunders) ($1,660 Per Credit)
  30. University of Massachusetts–Amherst (Isenberg) ($900 Per Credit)

  31. Babson College (Olin) ($1.990 Per Credit)
  32. Creighton University ($1162 Per Credit)
  33. University of Kansas ($865 Per Credit)
  34. University of North Texas G. Brint Ryan College of Business ($800 Per Credit)
  35. Quinnipiac University ($985 Per Credit)
  36. University of Miami Miami Business School ($2100 Per Credit)
  37. University of North Dakota ($447 Per Credit)
  38. University of Tennessee–Martin ($620 Per Credit)
  39. Virginia Commonwealth University ($878 Per Credit)
  40. Georgia College & State University (Bunting) ($739 Per Credit)

  41. Hofstra University (Zarb) ($1430 Per Credit)
  42. Mississippi State University ($489 Per Credit)
  43. Oklahoma State University (Spears) ($360 Per Credit)
  44. Stevens Institute of Technology ($1652 Per Credit)
  45. University of Alabama–Birmingham ($1088 Per Credit)
  46. University of New Hampshire (Paul) ($910 Per Credit)
  47. Baylor University (Hankamer) ($1068 Per Credit)
  48. Old Dominion University ($595 Per Credit)
  49. Pepperdine University Pepperdine Graziadio Business School ($1815 Per Credit)
  50. University of Delaware (Lerner) ($900 Per Credit)
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