“We are thrilled with the recognition of the Missouri State MBA Program. For those military personnel on active duty, the MSU MBA online program is a great option. It provides the flexibility to take courses when it’s convenient. Our students obtain the skills necessary to be successful in a variety of areas while in a flexible, judiciously priced program,” states Dr. Elizabeth Rozell, Associate Dean of the College of Business and Director of the MBA program.
For veterans interested in earning a degree on their own schedule, U.S. News released its third annual rankings of the Best Online Programs for Veterans. The rankings include online bachelor’s programs as well as master’s programs in business, engineering, nursing, education and computer information technology. This year, for the first time, U.S. News has ranked online graduate criminal justice programs for veterans, and it has created a stand-alone ranking of online MBA programs.
To qualify for the Best Online Programs for Veterans rankings, online programs featured had to be among the top 75 percent of schools ranked in the 2015 Best Online Programs rankings. Programs must also be part of institutions that are certified for the GI Bill and participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program; two federal initiatives that help veterans reduce the cost of school. Public schools that don’t participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program still qualified if they offer in-state tuition to student veterans from out of state.
Missouri State currently ranks 75 on the U.S. news list of “2015 Best Online Programs for Veterans.” To see the complete list visit http://www.usnews.com/education/online-education/mba/veteran-rankings