Jan 11, 2017 09:52 AM EST
Best Online MBA And Undergraduate Programs
In this era of information technology, nothing is impossible, not even getting an undergraduate or MBA degree in the comforts of your own home at your own pace and at your own time. The challenge, however, is which institution offers the best programs, one that gives value for your money. The U.S. News & World Report has recently released their list of the best online MBA and undergraduate programs. Check them out below:
Best Online Undergraduate Programs
The top three educational institutions with the best online undergraduate programs are Embry-Riddle Aeronautic University - Worldwide in Florida, Temple University, and the University of Oklahoma.
Although they are an aeronautic university and they major on the subject, Embry-Riddle also has the best programs on Business Administration and Journalism. Founded in 1993-1994, one of the advantages of the school is its rolling deadline. Moreover, they also keep their lectures archived just in case a student wants to access and learn more from it much later.
Temple University can be considered a babe having started only in 2012-2013. However, it hasn't stopped this educational institution from rising at the top. Some of its top undergraduate programs include Business Administration, Accounting, and Marketing.
To complete the top three is the University of Oklahoma which offers undergraduate programs in the Liberal Arts, Homeland Security, and Health Professions. Although open to everyone, the main target of the University of Oklahoma are those who are in the military service.
Best Online MBA Programs
Under the MBA programs, Temple University tops the list followed by Carnegie Mellon University, and Indiana University - Bloomington. Getting an online MBA program gives you an advantage of furthering your education without disrupting your career at the moment. Here's a closer look at what each of these programs offer.
Temple University offers two advantages - they have a rolling deadline and their online MBA programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, which is considered the gold standard when it comes to business school accreditation.
Carnegie Mellon University (Temper)
If you are considering to enroll at Carnegie Mellon, their deadline is April 23. What makes the MBA programs of Carnegie Mellon is its blended format. Students are given the opportunity to immerse with the culture of the school through their on-site learning. This allows students to interact personally with their professors and their fellow students.
Like Temple University, Indiana University has a rolling deadline. The university offers a flexible program allowing students to finish between 2 - 5 years depending on their schedule. The MBA teaching staff are also some of the best in the country with most of them teaching in the program for more than 10 years.
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