Online MBA Program Ranked Among the Most Affordable
North Greenville University’s online master of business administration degree with human resource track is ranked 20th in the top 50 most affordable online MBA programs. The 50 programs were selected by bestvaluemba.net for their affordability out of over 500 MBA programs offered online.
It’s been often said that a college degree is the modern equivalent of a high school diploma, largely because it’s the minimum credential required for today’s youngest workers to get a foothold in the job market. If that’s true, then a graduate-level degree is surely the best way for many people to boost their marketability and open up even more employment possibilities via higher education. Many business students and professionals have long known this, and it’s why the master’s in business administration is both one of the most popular and one of the fastest-growing programs for those looking to deepen their understanding of the business community beyond an undergraduate level. Though popular, these degrees come with their own considerations in terms of content, value, affordability, and necessity, for each individual student.
According to Best Value MBA, the market for MBA programs offered online has responded to the demand with an explosion in the number of programs offered 100% online. All of the programs ranked in their listing are offered by regionally accredited public or private nonprofit universities. Many of the programs have additional accreditation from national and international accrediting bodies like the AACSB, ACBSP, and IACBE. To view complete Top 50 ranking.
Other online degrees offered by the Center for Adult Professional Studies (CAPS) are Christian Studies, Criminal Justice, Elementary Educational Studies, General Studies, and Psychology. These degrees are available for adult students ages 22+ who want to take undergraduate-level classes online. For more information about NGU's online degree programs.
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