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30 Best Online Business Schools in the US

Isenberg School of Management

UMass Amherst’s Isenberg School of Management offers an online BBA with five majors (Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management, and Operations & Information Management) in addition a BS in Hospitality & Tourism Management. Isenberg’s online program is tailored for working professionals. If you aren’t ready to enroll in a full online program, or just want to take a few classes to enhance your resume, you have the option to take individual courses alone. Courses are $525 per credit hour as of Fall 2015.

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Penn State College of Business

Penn State’s nationally recognized online campus offers a BS in Business with a focus of your choosing, be it Accounting, Financial Services, Management, and Marketing, or a concentration customized by you. Students can access course material on their computers, tablets, or smartphones. 

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WP Carey School of Business

Arizona State has a diverse catalog of online Business programs. With concentrations ranging from Food Industry Management to Sustainability to Global Leadership, you’ll be sure to find a Business major relevant to your desired career path. The tuition varies per program (an Organizational Leadership course will cost less than a Global Logistics Management course, for example) but all the business courses don’t exceed $513 per credit hour. 

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UIC Business School

UIC’s online BBA program doesn’t require any residency periods or on-campus orientations. This 60 credit hour program consists of eight-week courses you can tailor to fit your busy schedule and culminates with a full semester-long capstone course. As of Fall 2015, each credit hour costs $406; if you can complete your degree within four years, UIC will guarantee your tuition will not increase.

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SNHU School of Business

SNHU not only has plenty of online bachelor’s programs, but also a wide selection of Business associates and masters degrees. Their Business Studies degrees are unique in their emphases. Ever think about venturing into the video game industry? Southern New Hampshire offers an online Business Studies Game Design degree that blends game development skills with essential business concepts, such as marketing and distribution. Tuition is considerably affordable as well, with credit hours costing $320 as of Fall 2015. 

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Liberty School of Business

There are two online MBA tracks offered by Liberty: a 36 credit hour program and a 45 credit hour alternative. The latter option includes a focus in an area of your choice, including atypical fields such as Criminal Justice Administration and Healthcare Management in addition to staples like Accounting, Marketing, and International Business. 

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ASU College of Business

ASU ‘s online MBA program is comprised solely of full-time instructors, allowing for dedication and attention to online students. At $480 per course credit, tuition costs are remarkably affordable without forsaking a quality education.

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Fox School of Business

Students accepted into the Fox School of Business’s online program are invited to a weeklong orientation at the on-ground campus, located in Philadelphia. After returning home, students complete their degrees in an accelerated online program. With classes that las#t four weeks, you can complete your MBA in less than two years.

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Northcentral School of Business and Technology Management

Northcentral’s accelerated program requires intensive dedication, but with an online MBA program consisting of only 30 credit hours, you can potentially finish in one year. NCU’s online classes have a 1:1 faculty to student ratio. You’ll have your professors’ undivided attention in each of your classes, fostering a faculty-mentor relationship and allowing for individualized learning.    

Kelley School of Business

Experience the same quality of education online as you would at the on-ground Kelley School of Business. Coursework is completed online, but students must attend two “Kelley Connect Weeks” (once at the start of the first year and again at their second). IU’s Kelley Direct program offers study abroad locations in economic hotspots such as Beijing and Johannesburg, South Africa. Aside from the MBA option, they also boast a strong online undergraduate program. 

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Kenan-Flagler Business School

At UNC, live class sessions each week allow students to attend class online. The program can be completed between 18 to 36 months, and the university has individual career management plans that tailor specifically to professional goals.

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Henry B. Tippie College of Business

The online Bachelor of Business Administration degree program focuses on management, and students also have the option to concentrate on entrepreneurial management. The degree program includes 120-credit hours and consists of classes like information systems, introduction to management, introduction to marketing strategy, and more.

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Warrington College of Business

With over 49,000 students, the University of Florida is one of the largest universities in the nation. UF Online's business degree focuses on providing students with a strong business foundation. Enrollees will learn business law, accounting, economics, marketing, and more through a 120-credit-hour bachelor’s program. 

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Terry College of Business

The University of Georgia offers more than 140-degree programs in a host of disciplines, including business. The online program is designed for working professionals and prepares them for careers as entrepreneurs or managers. You have to have 60 hours of transferable credit to enroll, and you must complete an additional credits in the program.

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LeBow College of Business

Drexel University Online is a private research university that offers online bachelor degrees in business through LeBow College of Business. The program is unique in the fact that it requires one four-day residency. This program has internationally renowned faculty and requires 180 quarter credits.

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Naveen Jindal School of Management

The University of Texas in Dallas is one of the top public schools, as well as one of the top MBA programs in the nation. The programs are flexible and allow students to create their own path.  The course requires 53 credits, although there are some limited choices in elective classes due to lack of options online.

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Robert H. Smith School of Business

The University of Maryland has an online MBA program through College Park. So far, 100% of the students are already employed when they first enroll, and the classes help build on what they already know. Best of all, you can see all of the courses online without registering.

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Spears School of Business

The Spears School of Business through Oklahoma State University offers an online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. It’s ideal for those that are just starting college since students can enter the 120-hour program from the very beginning without needing transferable credits.

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Brenau College of Business & Mass Communication

Brenau University is a not-for-profit, private university that enrolls 3,500 students. The university offers a general Bachelor of Business Administration as well as bachelors with foci including accounting, financial economics, human resource management, and marketing. Students can also continue their education and get an MBA at Brenau.

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Raymond J. Harbert College of Business

Auburn University's Harbert College of Business has one of the top-ranked online MBA programs in the nation. The university has dual graduate degree options available in MSBA-Finance, Management Information Systems, and Industrial and Systems Engineering.

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Miller College of Business

Ball State University’s online MBA provides students with the same number of courses as the students on the main campus. The same professors teach the classes whether online or on-campus, so students get absolute consistency and flexibility. The degree is 30 credit hours and focuses on decision making, strategy, ethics, and leadership. 

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LeTourneau University School of Business & Technology

LeTourneau University offers both an undergraduate and graduate degree in business. The undergraduate degree requires 124 credit hours, while the MBA needs 35 total credit hours. The university boasts how MBA holders reported higher levels of job satisfaction and received an average pay increase of 73.6%.

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Oregon State University College of Business

Oregon State University offers more than 200 programs for ungraduated, graduates, and doctoral degrees. The College of Business offers degree programs in finance, market research, management, training, and more. The degree has 180 credits and includes courses in marketing, business information systems, and more. 

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Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick

Rutgers is one of the top universities in the nation, and it offers a variety of online degrees, including a Bachelors of Arts in Business Administration. It’s AACSB accredited and allows you to choose fall, spring, or summer as starting points.

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CSU College of Business

Colorado State University offers an online MBA that allows students to complete their degree in as little as 21 months or up to 5 years. The program is 42 credits and costs $946 per credit. Students do have the option of financial assistance, although eligibility is determined on individual basis. 

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USC Marshall School of Business

Marshall offers an MBA with registration in August and December. Admission requires a four-year undergraduate degree and two years of work experience minimum. The total cost of the program is approximately $95,600, although there are financial aid options available. 

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UW-Whitewater College of Business & Economics

The University of Wisconsin–Whitewater is a college of business and economics. They offer both undergraduate and graduate online degrees. The programs are designed to teach students how to think globally, behave ethically, and innovation.

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Tepper School of Business

Carnegie Mellon University offers one of the top online MBA programs in the country through its Tepper School of Business. The part-time online track offering is very similar to the part-time on-campus path, both have a 32-month duration. Both begin classes in September of every year, and both see applicants who typically have between 2 and 10 years of work experience.

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MSU College of Business

Mississippi State University offers a Top 20 online MBA program according to U.S. News & World Report. Besides a traditional online MBA program, the College of Business also offers a Distance MBA specializing in Project Management and Distance Master of Information Systems program.

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Poole College of Management

NC State's Professional Online MBA program is AACSB International-accredited, so you know you're receiving a top-quality education. Offerings include accelerated (21 months) or flexible (up to 6 years) programs. There are also two 3-day residencies on campus that are required.

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