just released its list of top AACSB-accredited MBA programs, and they're probably not who you think.

Their emphasis seems to be affordability - the average cost for the programs is just over $32,000. Is that a good thing? With a data set like that they neglect programs like the one at ASU Carey - which is one of the better ones out there - whose average cost is about $23,000 a year ($46,000 for two years of study, still much less than the most expensive programs out there.)

Here's the top ten, with each program's estimated total cost Some of these schools even Ralph's never heard of:

1 Southeast Missouri State University
In-state $8,234
Other: $14,174

2 Texas A & M University-Commerce
In-state: $9,175
Other: $17,485

3 East Carolina University
In-state: $9,432
Other: $27,648

4 University of Houston-Victoria
In-state: $10,290
Other: $17,100

5 Oklahoma State University
In-state: $10,620
Out of state: $25.200
Military: $9,000

6 University of South Dakota
In or out of state: $11,123

7 Prairie View A & M University
In-state: $11,447
Other: $22,091

8 University of North Dakota
In or out of state: $11,467

9 Frostburg State University
In-state: $11,772
Other: $14,256

10 University of Houston-Clear Lake
In-state: $12,180
Other: $23,484