Online MPA degree ranked second nationally by GetEducatedcom
Not only is USD’s degree a Best Buy but the online MPA also gets an “A” for student satisfaction and public perception as noted at GetEducated.com (http://www.geteducated.com/profiles/show/online-degrees/university-of-south-dakota/beacom-school-of-business-graduate/128/6180/). The rankings were calculated by objectively comparing course tuition and online learning fees at 13 online AACSB-accredited business schools in the U.S. that offer 14 different online masters accounting degrees. USD, the only AACSB-accredited business school in South Dakota, and Florida Atlantic University, who ranks first on the “Best Affordable” list, are the only two online MPA programs to receive overall “A” grades from GetEducated.com.
The online MPA joins the Beacom School of Business’ popular MBA as an online offering that’s not just convenient but highly affordable. All MPA courses are taught by the same credentialed faculty and include the same high quality subject matter regardless of delivery mode, whether online or on campus.
For more information about a USD online MPA, visit: www.usd.edu/business/master-of-professional-accountancy/index.cfm or apply at www.usd.edu/grad/apply.cfm. To see Geteducated.com’s complete list, go to www.geteducated.com/online-college-ratings-and-rankings/best-buy-lists/affordable-online-masters-in-accounting-degrees.
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