Top MBA Programs in Kansas

List of top MBA programs offered in the state of Kansas:

Fort Hays State University - It offers the high quality MBA program completely online so that students can learn anytime, anywhere. Geteducated.com has rated its online MBA program as a "Best Buy," meaning that the program is not only solid academically, but affordable as well.

Emporia State University - The MBA program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). Areas of study include management, marketing, finance accounting, information systems, strategy, and other important fields of business.

Kansas State University - The master of business administration (MBA) program is designed to provide professional business education to those who wish to pursue a variety of administrative careers in both the private and public sectors. Concentration areas are available in enterprise information systems, finance, management, and technology entrepreneurship. The Princeton Review's The Best 371 Colleges selected K-State as one of the nation's top schools.

Wichita State University - WSU's Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a traditional, management-based MBA program offering course work in accounting, economics, management, finance, and marketing. It is the only MBA program in Wichita and South-Central Kansas to hold the distinct recognition as being an AACSB accredited program.

Pittsburg State University - It offers an MBA degree with concentrations in accounting, international business and general administration. The Kelce College of Business at Pittsburg State University has been named one of the top business colleges in the nation by Entrepreneur magazine.

University of Kansas - It offers the full-time and part-time MBA as well as the MBA Dual Degree Programs for those who want to earn an MBA while truly specializing in a second discipline. The Princeton Review described KU as "one of the best places in the nation to get an MBA". The 2009 Fiske Guide to Colleges places the KU School of Business among "35 public universities with unusual strength in business".

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