A&M-Commerce Ranked No. 18 in 50 Best Value Online Business Schools

May 05, 2015 No Comments by
A&M-Commerce Ranked No. 18 in 50 Best Value Online Business Schools

Texas A&M University-Commerce was named No. 18 in Value Colleges’ recently published 2015 rankings for the Top 50 Best Value Online Business Schools.

“I am pleased with this external quality validation for the College of Business at Texas A&M University-Commerce. This recognition demonstrates that A&M-Commerce offers affordable, high-quality online programs, including our internationally acclaimed online MBA program and our award-winning online Master of Science Accounting program,” said Dr. Steve Williams, dean of the College of Business at A&M-Commerce. “These programs are taught by our regular faculty with standards and expectations equivalent to our business programs offered on campus. This national ranking demonstrates that business faculty are committed to excellence and student learning.”

Value Colleges is an online database that uses research to find practical answers to commonly asked questions about value and affordability when making decisions about higher education. Their articles, rankings and findings are meant to help college-bound readers choose the best collegiate path for them.

To determine the ranking order of the Top 50 Best Value Online Business Schools, Value Colleges considered three criteria: complete cost of a degree, average debt for graduates and the average starting salary of graduates. All of the AACSB-accredited business schools in the country were considered and evaluated. A&M-Commerce is one of only five schools that made the cut from Texas.

For more information on Value Colleges and this honor, visit http://www.valuecolleges.com/rankings/best-value-online-business-schools/.


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