HOUSTON, April 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Ranking and resource site, MBA Central (https://www.mbacentral.org/) published two new ranking lists: The Best Online Marketing MBA Degree Programs (https://www.mbacentral.org/top/online-marketing-mba/) and The Best Online Innovation MBA Degree Programs (https://www.mbacentral.org/top/online-innovation-mba/).
MBA Central meticulously evaluated almost 550 distance MBA degree programs and ranked them to find the best programs in the field of Marketing and the field Innovation. By using data from the National Center for Education Statistics, business accreditation sites, and leading online ranking systems, we ranked each program based upon their affordability, online support services, and quality.
Placing first in the Best Online Marketing MBA Ranking is the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Business in Lincoln, Nebraska. Followed by Fayetteville State University's College of Business and Economics in Fayetteville, North Carolina and West Texas A&M University Paul and Virginia Engler College of Business in Canyon, Texas in second and third place, respectively.
The number one Online Innovation MBA program is at the University of Texas at Dallas's Naveen Jindal School of Management in Richardson, Texas. Second place is North Carolina State University Poole College of Management in Raleigh, North Carolina, followed by Florida International University's Chapman Graduate School of Business in Miami, Florida in third place.
Other schools listed in these rankings are (alphabetically ordered):
Brenau University -- Gainesville, Georgia
Cedarville University -- Cedarville, Ohio
City University of Seattle -- Seattle, Washington
Clarion University -- Clarion, Pennsylvania
Colorado State University -- Fort Collins, Colorado
Concordia University Wisconsin -- Mequon, Wisconsin
Drexel University -- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide -- Daytona Beach, Florida
Ferris State University -- Big Rapids, Michigan
Lehigh University -- Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Missouri University of Science & Technology -- Rolla, Missouri
National University -- La Jolla, California
Northeastern University -- Boston, Massachusetts
Oklahoma State University -- Stillwater, Oklahoma
Penn State World Campus -- University Park, Pennsylvania
Pepperdine University -- Malibu, California
Post University -- Waterbury, Connecticut
Regent University -- Virginia Beach, Virginia
Stevens Institute of Technology -- Hoboken, New Jersey
University of Colorado Colorado Springs -- Colorado Springs, Colorado
University of Florida -- Gainesville, Florida
University of Massachusetts Amherst -- Amherst, Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Lowell, Massachusetts
University of New Hampshire -- Durham, New Hampshire
University of North Texas -- Denton, Texas
University of Sioux Falls -- Sioux Falls, South Dakota
University of South Dakota -- Vermillion, South Dakota
University of South Florida St. Petersburg -- St. Petersburg, Florida
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater -- Whitewater, Wisconsin
Wichita State University -- Wichita, Kansas
Wright State University -- Dayton, Ohio
Going back to school for an MBA has never been more accessible for the average professional. Online and hybrid programs have opened their doors to full-time professionals and organizations are benefiting. "An online MBA lets employers immediately reap the benefits of a highly educated workforce without the cost of turnover," explains Tammie Cagle, Editor of MBA Central. And no matter the industry or role, professionals have a wide variety of degrees to choose from.
Professionals who are learning the most up to date tools in marketing and innovation are the ones that are busting through the mundane tactics of yesterday and driving our businesses to new heights. There are hundreds of opportunities for motivated professionals, and these rankings can help prospective students find a high-value program to move them into their future careers.
MBA Central is an editorially unique b-school ranking and resource site. As higher education researchers and businessmen and women ourselves, we have striven to provide rankings and insights into selecting a business school and pursuing your career.
Tammie Cagle - Editor
SOURCE MBA Central