Southeastern’s Master of Business Administration Program has earned recognition as one of the 2021 top 25 most affordable programs in the nation by College Consensus, a unique college ratings website that aggregates publisher rankings and student reviews.

One of only three Louisiana universities selected, Southeastern ranked 13th. The full listing can be accessed here

The Most Affordable MBA Programs is a consensus ranking of MBA programs in top business schools around the nation. This ranking of the Most Affordable MBA programs is based 100% upon each MBA’s base tuition.

According to the website, each of the MBA programs listed can be completed with a base tuition rate under $12,000. This offers students a top business education, a great MBA brand, and important networks without breaking the bank.

“We are pleased that our program is ranked among the top 25,” said Dean of the College of Business Antoinette Phillips. “Our students are motivated and seeking to build their skills. We’re happy to provide relevant curricula taught by involved, caring faculty who help them achieve their goals.”

Southeastern’s program is internationally accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and offers students a practical learning experience that is designed to cultivate students’ knowledge and skills in order to advance in their professional endeavors. The curriculum prepares students to assume positions of leadership and responsibility in administrative positions in a globally competitive marketplace. It is designed to enhance the skills, knowledge, and analytical ability of MBA students.

For more information on Southeastern’s MBA Program, visit southeastern.edu/mba.

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