College Consensus has launched its “50 Best Online MBA Programs 2019” list. Indiana University Kelley School of Business and University of Southern Indiana Romain College of Business both made the list, recognized for the affordability, convenience and reputation of their respective programs.

Indiana University Kelley School of Business in Bloomington ranked 22 on the list. On its website, College Consensus says “Indiana University seeks to excel in research, education, globalization, creativity, modernization, diversity, innovation, integrity, and sustainability to help students personally and professionally succeed and remarkably impact the world.”

The program was praised for its GMAT waivers and reputation, however the list warned readers that the program was pricier than other online MBAS.

University of Southern Indiana Romain College of Business in Evansville came in at no. 49. The list recognized Romain for the value of the degree program, saying “Not many business schools can boast such an affordable degree that offers an incredible curriculum delivered fully online and allows students with the proper qualifications to waive the GMAT/GRE requirement during the acceptance process.”

The MBA program scored high on affordability and convince, but had a low score for reputation.

To see the complete list from College Consensus, click here. 

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