What are the best DL/online MBAs purely based on content and delivery?


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What does everyone think are the best DL/online MBAs if basing on the quality, quantity, and delivery of their content alone?

What does everyone think are the best DL/online MBAs if basing on the quality, quantity, and delivery of their content alone?
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Duncan

The top US MBAs, because they have more content, have faculty who are more engaging teachers, and have more resources.

The top US MBAs, because they have more content, have faculty who are more engaging teachers, and have more resources.
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MBYAY

Thank you.

In your opinion, which ones are those?

Thank you.

In your opinion, which ones are those?
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George Pat...

I always liked the Carnegie Mellon one because the content and teachers are the same as the on-campus MBA. Same career services as well.

In fact you can switch between the campus one or the online one.
Which is an option I always thought true online MBAs should have. It sends a very strong message that the content and quality is the same.

[Edited by George Patsoulis on Apr 22, 2020]

I always liked the Carnegie Mellon one because the content and teachers are the same as the on-campus MBA. Same career services as well.

In fact you can switch between the campus one or the online one.
Which is an option I always thought true online MBAs should have. It sends a very strong message that the content and quality is the same.
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Duncan

Thank you.

In your opinion, which ones are those?

The ones we discussed on your other thread about the US.

[quote]Thank you.

In your opinion, which ones are those? [/quote]
The ones we discussed on your other thread about the US.
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