Top Online Universities for Business
If you are considering a degree in business, you already know how important it is to choose a good school. This is doubly true online, where it can be harder to tell which colleges are the most successful. That's why we've put together this ranking of the top 10 online universities offering business, determined simply by graduation rate, and published a number of other statistics to help you make the best choice for your online business education. No weighting, no formulae, just the raw data so you can make a decision based on your own parameters.
|School Name||Graduation Rate||Admission Rate||Tuition and Fees||Books and Supplies||Total Enrollment|
|Tennessee Technology Center at McKenzie||99%||Open policy||$2,586||$2,169||243|
|IIA College(Tucson,Arizona)||98%||Open policy||$11,760||---||358|
|University of Notre Dame||96%||29%||$36,847||$950||11,733|
|Tennessee Technology Center at Pulaski||95%||---||$2,286||$2,220||203|
|San Joaquin Valley College-Visalia||95%||---||$12,190||---||892|
|Globe Institute of Technology||89%||---||$11,139||$1,000||1,024|
|Northwestern College-Southwestern Campus||89%||90%||$19,045||$1,600||1,050|
|University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||88%||50%||$11,037||$1,048||41,042|
|Carnegie Mellon University||87%||29%||$39,564||$990||10,326|
All figures are from the 2007-08 or 2008-09 school years. All costs are estimates provided by the schools, and out-of-state tuition fees are in brackets. Information not provided is shown with a dash.