Texas A&M University-Texarkana named to list of most affordable online MBA programs


Texas A&M University-Texarkana has been named to AffordableColleges.com’s list of most affordable online Master of Business Administration programs in the nation.

When calculating the rankings, AffordableColleges.com uses the most recent data available from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Run by the US Department of Education, IPEDS offers reliable and accurate insight into affordability, academic pedigree and online/distance learning programs.

For the 2016 rankings, AffordableColleges.com staff members reviewed the institutions of higher learning in every state and selected colleges that offer students the best return on their education investment and provide a robust education without forcing students into debt. A&M-Texarkana ranked fourth among the institutions included on the list.

“A&M-Texarkana offers an online MBA with an energy leadership or supply chain concentration,” AffordableColleges.com noted in its assessment of the program. “The curriculum consists of 36 credit hours in required and elective courses, including a capstone course to close the first semester. Courses are accessed through the Blackboard platform, with additional support tools such as library and bookstore access and the iSite Service Desk available specifically to distance learners.”

“We are excited to be recognized by AffordableColleges.com for the quality and affordability of our online MBA program,” said Dr. David Reavis, interim dean of the College of Business.

“Our faculty members are dedicated to delivering high-quality business administration programs that can be considered among the very best, and we are doing so at a cost to the student that is truly affordable. We plan to continue to serve the four states region with these standards in mind. We encourage all students to take advantage of this offer for a high level of quality education at a very reasonable cost.”

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