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The number of candidates applying for mba programs in Nigeria has no doubt increased lately. Many Post graduate students globally now opt in for online mba program for its time friendliness as it offers them ability to pursue the degree while also maintaining their career.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is designed for students who are ambitious and seeking a career in management. If you are looking for information on affordable, cheap and best online mba programs, here is a ranking of mba online programs offered by the best universities in the United states. Also check out the ranking factors at the end of the list.

Top 20 Best Online Mba Programs 2016.

  1. Temple University (Fox).
  2. Indiana University -​ Bloomington (Kelley).
  3. University of North Carolina - ​Chapel Hill (Kenan-​Flagler).
  4. University of Florida (Hough).
  5. Arizona State University (Carey).
  6. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper).
  7. Pennsylvania State University—​ World Campus.
  8. Lehigh University.
  9. University of Texas — ​Dallas.
  10. Arkansas State University —​ Jonesboro.
  11. Auburn University (Harbert).
  12. University of Massachusetts—​Amherst (Isenberg).
  13. University of Wisconsin MBA Consortium.
  14. North Carolina State University (Jenkins).
  15. Pepperdine University (Graziadio).
  16. University of Nebraska —​ Lincoln.
  17. University of North Texas.
  18. University of South Florida — ​St. Petersburg (Tiedemann).
  19. Cleveland State University (Ahuja).
  20. SUNY—​Oswego.
The 2016 Best Online MBA Programs obtained from US News was ranked using five categories;  Student engagement (28 percent), Admissions selectivity (25 percent), Peer reputation (25 percent), Faculty credentials and training (11 percent), and Student services and technology (11 percent).
U.S. News selects factors, known as ranking indicators, to assess each program in the categories outlined above. A program's score for each ranking indicator is calculated using data that the program reported to U.S. News in a statistical survey. The value for each ranking indicator is standardized about its mean to account for statistical variance.
U.S. News multiplies these standardized values by the weights it has selected for the ranking indicators and then sums these values to compute the five separate category scores. Each of these category scores is rescaled for display purposes on so that the top-scoring school receives a display score of 100 and the bottom-scoring school receives a display score of zero.
To produce the overall scores, U.S. News takes the raw category scores before they have been rescaled and multiplies them by the category weights detailed above. The resulting scores are then rescaled from zero to 100.

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