At OnlineMBA.com, our mission is to provide success-minded people with the information and resources to advance their careers. Our goal is to assist MBA-seekers in finding the flexibility and convenience of an online program.
We work to provide resources and tools that help guide:
- Business professionals
- MBA students
- Recent graduates
- Undergraduate students
Our career guides help potential, current, and former online MBA students choose, qualify for, and get their dream careers.
In addition, our resources detail what you can expect in an online MBA program, including requirements and steps for applying, enrolling, paying for, and finishing your degree successfully.
Our Editorial Process
One thing about Online MBA: we strive to provide accurate, student-centered information about online MBA programs and careers.
To ensure our guidance is authoritative, contemporary, and equitable, our editorial process:
Goes straight to the source, via interviews with:
- Current online MBA students
- Recent graduates
- Educational institutions
- Inspiring entrepreneurs
- Industry experts
Ensures our insights are data-driven, digging deeply into:
- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
- U.S. Department of Education (ED)
- National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
Offers the "big picture" with rankings, career overviews, and guides to:
- MBA programs across the United States
- Internship and practicums
- Professional networking
- Personal budgets for MBA students
- Financial aid for military veterans
Leverages a network of industry professionals to make sure our content is:
We rank schools and programs to help you find the right one for you. As we evaluate degree-granting institutions, we rate school performance based on the online MBA student feedback and outcomes data directly from the schools.
As we create our rankings, we leverage insights from working professionals, industry experts, and government agencies. For more details about how we rank online MBA programs, explore our rankings’ methodology.
At OnlineMBA, we want to help all aspiring business professionals and leaders find MBA career paths and programs that may lead them to:
- Potential salary advancements
- Entrepreneurial ventures
- Career transitions
To achieve these goals, we leverage a network of independent reviewers to make sure our content is as accurate, insightful, complete, inclusive, and up-to-date as possible. Our reviewers have expertise in:
- Admissions (undergraduate and graduate-level)
- Business and business administration
- Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI)
These independent reviewers leverage their training and professional background to ensure the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of our content.
Why We Focus on Online Education
We devote our resources to data-driven analysis of online MBA degrees and programs. We believe in the value of MBA degrees because of their potential high return-on-investment for students.
MBA degrees help recent college graduates, newer professionals, and experienced executives obtain promotions, qualify for salary increases, and prepare for career transitions or ventures.
We believe in the demonstrated quality of online MBA degrees, which have similar academic rigor and student success outcomes to their on-campus equivalents.
We focus on online MBAs because the flexibility of distance learning makes educational advancement and economic mobility accessible to more students.
Online students can compare curricula, requirements, timelines, and prices to identify the best program fit without being restricted by location or commute time.
Online programs make continuing education and career advancement available to students with mobility or transportation issues, caretaking obligations, and daytime jobs.
Meet Our Team
At OnlineMBA, we employ expert writers, editors, and reviewers who:
Come from various backgrounds Hold degrees in a variety of subjects, such as business administration, industrial-organizational psychology, psychological science, operations and technology management, and public relations Are lifelong learners Bring passion for longform informational content Excel at conducting in-depth research to create accurate, comprehensive guides
The OnlineMBA team includes editors, writers, copyeditors, fact-checkers, and publishers all committed to helping prospective MBA students make their career aspirations a reality.
Valerie Black brings more than 12 years of experience in education as a professor and 10 years in journalism. Her guiding principle is empowering students to leverage the resources that are available but not always easily accessible. She's committed to listening and seeking people's personal stories firsthand — and helping tell those stories to a wider audience.
Alexandra Tapia, MBA
Alexandria Tapia, MBA loves collaborating with others to be a disruptor in the higher education industry. As a business leader, she works to create and deliver distinct programs — all while building a better future for her clients and students.
Krystal Covington, MBA
Krystal Covington, MBA is a business growth strategist with 15 years of experience in marketing and public relations. She founded Women of Denver to help women increase their business acumen, sharpen leadership skills, and connect with other high-achieving women.
Pamela 'Safisha Nzingha' Hill, Ph.D.
For over 20 years, Pamela "Safisha Nzingha" Hill, Ph.D., has worked in higher education in both student development and academic affairs. Dr. Hill is a DEI consultant, Afrocentric scholar, activist, journalist, educator, student development practitioner, and life student of Africana studies.
N. Susan Emeagwali
Susan Emeagwali is a freelance writer specializing in STEM programs, workforce development, and psychological science. A fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts in the United Kingdom, she began her career in newspapers as a journalist before transitioning to magazine writing/editing and online content development.
Kaylyn McKenna received a bachelor of science in business administration from San Francisco State University. Her work has been featured on several websites, including Forbes, Business Management Daily, and CBS News. She also earned a master's in industrial-organizational psychology online through Touro University.
Margi Williams is a career resilience coach, researcher, and writer interested in labor market trends and career development. An I-O psychology practitioner, Margi regularly builds training programs, conducts scientific studies, and develops content to promote equitable work practices and help workers thrive.
At OnlineMBA, we make money by advertising certain programs from accredited schools. These schools pay us when we refer students to them. Only accredited schools are eligible to advertise with us.
From time to time, we may also recommend select books, products, or resources. Each of these recommendations is independently selected by our editorial staff. In some cases, if you click on a link, we may earn a small commission.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
At OnlineMBA.com, we work to create content that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. We understand not everyone has the same experience or takes the same path. We aim to illuminate as many viewpoints and situations as we can.
We also write content that showcases diversity in MBA programs and careers. Some of our content that celebrates the richness of MBA candidates, graduates, and careers includes:
- The Best Resources for Latino/a and Hispanic Entrepreneurs
- Resources for LGBTQ+ Students
- Best HBCU Online MBA Programs 2022
- The Best Resources for Asian and Pacific Islander Entrepreneurs
- Inspirational Women Entrepreneurs
- Neurodiversity and Entrepreneurship
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