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    Looking for affordable mba programs? Here's what you need to know!

    September 28, 2015


    Are there affordable mba programs? Yes, not all business schools charge as much as the renowned Harvard Business School. Our list of business schools includes schools with a solid reputation in academic standards and curricula which offer affordable tuition costs. Some schools listed offer business programs online as well as on-campus.

    College Costs

    The tuition amount displayed is based solely on per credit hour for one academic year (unless otherwise specified). In addition, only average tuition and fees are offered, any added costs are not included. For further information, please refer to specific schools for additional pricing and fees.

    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

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