Published Thursday, July 11th, 2019
OnlineMBAPage.com has named Wayne State College's MBA Program as Nebraska's best accredited online program of its kind.
Wayne State College's online master's in business administration (MBA) program has once again been recognized as a top online MBA in the nation. OnlineMBAPage.com selected the best online MBA programs with International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) accreditation for each state, and Wayne State's MBA is the only one chosen for Nebraska for 2019-20.
OnlineMBAPage looked at several criteria in choosing its list of top schools, including:
- Online programs only
- Uniqueness and effectiveness
- Individualized instruction and student engagement
- Content delivery
The organization reports:
"OnlineMBAPage.com is in the business of identifying the very best online MBA programs across the country to recommend to future business students. When we got to Nebraska, making the selection was easy. The Wayne State College School of Business and Technology offers an online MBA that stands head-and-shoulders above other programs available at business schools in the region, easily earning it a place on our list of the Very Best IACBE-Accredited Online MBA Programs. That alone is something faculty and administrators at Wayne State College can be proud of. But to offer a top quality MBA that is also priced low enough to make it on to our list of the Best Value MBA Programs for 2019-20; that is truly exceptional."
A description on the organization's website outlined highlights of the MBA program. According to the website:
"Wayne State College’s MBA is a 30-credit, fully online, non-thesis program that’s perfectly designed for today’s busy professionals. In addition to the program’s 24 core credits, you’ll also choose from two electives to round out your program and focus on your career objectives. You’ll be able to choose electives that focus on government and industry, international business, leadership ethics, project administration, and more. While you’ll be studying at a distance, you’ll still enjoy plenty of interaction with your professors and peers, thanks to an interactive learning environment, comprehensive course management software (Sakai), and online discussion boards and chats."