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Here is our list (in alphabetical order) of the 10 most affordable business schools:
University of Wyoming – Laramie, WY
Founded in 1899, The University of Wyoming College of Business originally had the name the University of Wyoming School of Commerce and Industry.
The program encompasses 7 undergraduate and 8 graduate degree programs and is home to over 1300 students. It houses academic departments including Accounting; Economics and Finance as well as Management and Marketing.
The college offers an MBA, a Ph.D. in Economics and Marketing, and online programs of study. The AACSB International provides accreditation.
Additional highlights include:
* The Miller College of Business ranked eighth among Up & Coming Colleges and Universities in 2011 by U.S. News & World Report.
* The college named one of the best universities in the Midwest by The Princeton Review for nine years.
* The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching classified the college of business as a high research university, a top honor only given to the most prestigious universities in the nation.
Undergraduate: In-State $8600, Out-of State $23,900
Graduate: In-State: $8000, Out-of State $20,000