The University of Nebraska–Lincoln MBA program has been ranked number one in the Big Ten among online programs by Affordable Colleges Online. Ranked 11 overall, UNL was recognized for being “at the top of its class among national universities.”
The online program, which was ranked 17 out of 148 programs by U.S. News & World Report
earlier in the year, was an early adopter in online education. The College of Business Administration has made it a priority to give students flexible options for completing their degree.
“We want our MBA students to know they are getting the same quality program whether they are earning it in the classroom, online or a combination of the two,” said Dr. Donde Plowman, James Jr. and Susan Stuart Endowed Dean of the College of Business Administration. “It’s been fantastic to watch our MBA program consistently be ranked among the best in online education.
Affordable Colleges Online studies nearly 8,000 online programs and highlighted only the top 30 programs based on a number of factors including strict accreditation, quality of faculty, student engagement and admissions selectivity.
The website noted, “These online MBA’s are an elite class, unsurpassed in quality and affordability,” and singled UNL out for providing “opportunities for busy professionals to enhance their career with an internationally recognized program.”
Several MBA information sessions are scheduled this fall for prospective students, including a GMAT strategy workshop on Saturday, October 19, from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. The workshop will be presented by Stephanie Espy, founder and president of MathSP: Strategies and Problem-solving. It is designed to help attendees learn test-taking tips and strategies that will increase their GMAT scores.
The workshop includes:
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Overview and format of the GMAT, including the integrated reasoning section
Computer-adaptive scoring model decoded
Verbal and quantitative strategies, including an approach for data sufficiency questions
Study tips to best prepare for the GMAT
Important rules, equations and approaches
Interactive problem-solving workshop using real GMAT problems
to learn more and register.