The DeVille School of Business' Online MBA Nationally Recognized as a Best Buy
What's New, 2014-03-09
The Deville School of Business' online Master of Business Administration program (MBA) has been recognized as a "Best Buy" for students seeking a high quality, low-cost online MBA degree by the national consumer group GetEducated.com.
The Walsh University DeVille School of Business MBA is ranked No. 42 among all competing options nationwide and is the only university in Northeast Ohio on the list that highlights the 60 most affordable online degrees in the field.
"This recognition underscores the hard work that has gone into the development and implementation of our online MBA program by the dedicated members of Walsh's faculty, staff and administration," said Dr. Carole Mount, Dean, The DeVille School of Business. "Since the program's inception, we have remained committed to Walsh's overall mission to provide not only a high quality education, but also an affordable one."
The Get Educated MBA "Best Buy" ranking is based on a national survey of 124 regionally accredited colleges that offer 208 different online masters of business administration. To appear on a Get Educated "Best Buy" list, the online degree profiled must objectively cost less than the average of all the online degrees reviewed in the comprehensive national data set.
According to Get Educated's comprehensive national survey, the average cost of a regionally accredited online MBA is $24,663. A Get Educated "Best Buy" award indicates an online learning program has been independently reviewed and found to offer a high quality regionally accredited online MBA at a cost that ranks well below the national average. To review the entire list, visit the GetEducated.com site.
Whether online, on campus or through a combination of both, students can earn an MBA through Walsh University's DeVille School of Business in as little as 12-months. Walsh's accredited program offers specialties in Healthcare Management, Management, Entrepreneurship and Marketing. MBA courses are relevant, classes are small and schedules are geared towards busy working adults.
"In today's competitive environment, it's gratifying to be recognized nationally for our academic integrity and regional value," said Dr. Michael Petrochuk, Director of Walsh's MBA Program. "As a 'Best Buy' ranked program, our curriculum provides a solid academic foundation that is flexible enough to respond to today's ever-changing business environment, while continuing to provide students with a top-notch education that is also affordable."
To learn more about Walsh's online MBA program, visit www.walsh.edu/mba-program.
Founded in 1989 by Vicky Phillips, a psychologist and educator, Get Educated—in partnership with America Online and the Electronic University Network—developed America's first free online counseling center for adult students. GetEducated.com is a consumer group that provides fact-based comparative data on 3,343 accredited online degrees as a service to help students locate the highest-quality online education programs in selected career areas. A million and a half online students visit GetEducated.com annually seeking advice on online degree programs. Affordability and value are their top concerns.
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