Fayetteville State University (FSU), landed in the top spot on the GetEducated.com online Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Master of Business Administration (MBA) program rankings. The average student pays $6,558.00 for an online MBA at FSU. By comparison, the average higher education cost for an AACSB-accredited online MBA program in the national survey was $37,022.07.
The GetEducated.com online college ranking report is based on a survey of higher education costs at over 100 universities offering 180+ online AACSB-accredited MBAs across many MBA specializations. East Carolina University in Greenville was the only other North Carolina School on the list.
AACSB is the most prestigious accrediting agency for collegiate business programs worldwide. In all, nearly 80 schools made the Best Buy ranking, each offering below average degree costs. The most expensive online MBA program came in at $104,658.84.
Of the 80 schools on the full report, the top 10 programs are:
- Fayetteville State University ($6,558.00 Resident, $15,480.66 Non-Resident)
- Missouri State University ($9,405.00)
- Southern Arkansas University ($9,610.00 Resident, $13,570.00 Non-Resident)
- Louisiana State University-Shreveport ($10,417.00 Resident, $11,227.20 Non-Resident)
- Southeast Missouri State University ($11,368.50)
- East Carolina University ($11,841.00 Resident, $32,226.81 Non-Resident)
- Southeastern Oklahoma State University ($11,880.00)
- University of Houston-Victoria – School of Business Administration – Graduate ($12,072.00 Resident, $22,811.70 Non-Resident)
- Texas A & M University – Commerce ($12,491.00 Resident, $24,191.00 Non-Resident)
- Mississippi State University ($13,072.50)
FSU is a constituent institution of The University of North Carolina and the second-oldest public institution of higher education in the state. FSU offers nearly 60 degrees at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels. With more than 6,300 students, Fayetteville State University is among the most diverse institutions in the nation.