Indiana University Online Business Degree Ranks Best
The website ranked 15 institutions across the country that provide the best programs in business for online learners. The website used factors like student-to-faculty ratio, incoming student test scores, student reviews on websites such as Niche.com, the difference between tuition costs and expected early career salary among others to rank the colleges.
Indiana University’s online Master of Business Administration accredited by AACSB International is among the first online degree offered by a top-ranking business school
“Big national rankings such as those from US News, and others tend to overlook some lower profiled, yet high-quality schools,” said Sarah Koontz, Managing Editor of OnlineDegree.com.
“We’ve put together rankings of the best colleges to highlight the gems that are—sometimes overlooked,”
Northeastern University’s dual online Master of Science in Finance/MBA ranked second. The part-time program allows students to either specialize in Corporate or Investment Finance. It takes about two and a half years to complete the degree.
Pennsylvania State University offers various online degrees both at bachelor’s and Masters’s level, but what earned the school third rank was Bachelor of Science in Business.
This comprehensive program costing less than $600 per credit allows students a great level of flexibility and independence to create an entirely custom specialization track.
Other seven institutions that figured in 15 best online schools, in the order of rank, are Villanova University, University Of Massachusetts Amherst, University Of Texas At Dallas, Auburn University, University Of Alabama, Florida International and the University Of Nebraska-Lincoln.