Scranton, PA (PRWEB) June 24, 2014
The University of Scranton’s online MBA has been selected as a Best Buy AACSB Online MBA in Get Educated’s recent national survey of regionally accredited colleges offering various online Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree programs. The ranking recognizes The University of Scranton’s online MBA for offering a high quality AACSB accredited online MBA at a cost well below the $37,011 national average.
“We have had a lot of success in producing not just a great learning experience, but an individually-relevant outcome for each student.” says Kingsley Gnanendran, Ph.D., Professor of Operations Management and Director of the Online MBA Program at The University of Scranton. “The Kania School of Management’s AACSB accreditation assures students that we are engaged in ongoing assessment of the quality of the program and the effectiveness of our learning goals. Students have a clear sense of how their education and the overall experience of our institution come together for them both in their personal and professional lives.”
The national survey conducted independently by Get Educated reviewed and ranked 93 accredited colleges that offer 147 different online masters of business administration.
The online M.B.A program offered by The University of Scranton includes specializations in Enterprise Resource Planning, Healthcare Management, Operations Management and International Business.
About the University of Scranton:
One of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, the University of Scranton cultivates an educational environment shaped by Jesuit values of ethics and social responsibility. Faculty and staff are committed to providing an exceptional education that prepares students to meet the challenges and opportunities of today’s world.
The University’s Kania School of Management is among a small number of institutions accredited by the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). AACSB accreditation signals the highest standard of achievement for business schools around the world. Less than 5 percent of educational institutions worldwide that offer business degrees have achieved this distinction.