RUSTON — Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business recently received top accolades from “Online MBA Today,” a comprehensive guide to the top online master of business administration programs.
Tech’s Master of Business Administration program is ranked No. 1 on the list of Top Online MBA Programs in Louisiana and No. 2 on the list of Top 50 Best Value Online MBA Programs.
The graduate program also received a rank of No. 9 on the site’s list of Top 100 Most Affordable Online MBA Programs and No. 30 on the list of Top 50 Online MBA Programs.
“These rankings confirm what we at the College of Business know. Our graduate programs provide students with a relevant and innovative education from a nationally ranked research institution with a high return on investment,” said Dr. Chris Martin, Dean of the College of Business. “We understand that ROI is a major factor when selecting an MBA program, so we’re proud that ours was recognized for both its value and quality.”
To determine rankings, “Online MBA Today” evaluates more than 490 online MBA programs with a focus on tuition cost, average base salary for graduates, accreditation, and prestige.
Louisiana Tech’s Professional Online MBA provides an interdisciplinary approach that prepares innovative and ethical leaders for success in today’s rapidly changing business environment. Accredited by AACSB International, the program is designed to provide a solid foundation in all business disciplines while integrating technology and innovation and exploring business issues in a global context. The online delivery method makes learning convenient for those who cannot attend a consistent class schedule and prefer to work at their own pace.
The College of Business also offers several other delivery methods for the master of business administration. The 30-hour Traditional MBA is taught face-to-face on Louisiana Tech’s Ruston campus. Students can elect to specialize in one of five fields of business (finance, information assurance, innovation, marketing, or six sigma) by taking an additional six hours.
Tech’s 30-hour Executive MBA curriculum is designed for students with management experience and thus relies heavily on integrating each individual’s experience to enhance the overall learning. Structured to provide minimal disruption to busy work schedules and personal lives, students pursuing the Executive MBA degree meet for classes every other weekend (Friday evenings and all-day on Saturday) in Tech’s Bossier City, La., Academic Success Center. Applications are currently being accepted for the next cohort which begins Spring 2019.
The Hybrid MBA is a 24-month, 36-hour program with concentrated coursework in computer information systems and information assurance. All in-person classes take place in Bossier City.
Graduate certificates in business administration and information assurance as well as a master of accountancy are also offered as part of the College of Business’ graduate programs.
For more information about these programs or to apply online, visit mba.latech.edu.