Pursuing an online Master’s of Business Administration requires a significant investment of time, resources & personal commitment. Yet the experience and knowledge gained during this time prepares graduates for leadership roles in their desired fields, leading to higher salary potential and great opportunities.

“At OnlineMBA.com, our goal is to provide prospective MBA students with comprehensive resources and up-to-date information on how to choose the best online MBA program to fit their needs.”

– James Valentine of OnlineMBA.com

Our Online MBA Guide introduces the MBA as a whole, exploring the many factors students should consider when choosing their program such as tuition cost & accreditation. Learn about the admissions process and dig into the specifics of the program while exploring financing options and much more. Our MBA Concentration Guides explore specializations within the MBA program which combine the advanced business management education of the MBA curriculum with graduate-level, field-specific courses, yielding MBA graduates primed for leadership roles in their desired industry.

Our Schools Database contains comprehensive profiles of nearly 500 schools offering an MBA online, including pertinent school & program information. Our States resources explore regional options at the state level and includes information on each state’s economy, profiling business & industry in the state while exploring the MBA landscape.

“As a current online MBA student, I know how challenging managing both full-time work and a graduate program can be. At OnlineMBA.com, we hope to inform potential MBA students so their path to choosing the right program can be as straightforward as possible.”

– Logan Foley of OnlineMBA.com & Current Online MBA Student

Annually, OnlineMBA.com presents their findings of the Top Online MBA Programs in the country. Schools are ranked based on student retention, financial aid availability, graduation rates & more. Focusing not solely on “name-brand recognition”, but on the probability of actual student success.

Note about our data: We gathered all of the tuition & curriculum data for schools from each institution’s website on in 2017. These costs may change, so please contact the schools directly for the most up-to-date tuition information. Remaining school data, including graduation rates and financial aid rates, was gathered using the most recent information available from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). This resource is maintained by the National Center for Education Statistics, all data for IPEDS is reported by individual institutions during survey years.