The University of North Dakota finished in tenth place among AACSB-accredited schools offering online MBAs. This article profiles the school.
The University of North Dakota was founded in 1883. An interesting bit of trivia, is that the University was named for North Dakota six years before the territory was named as the state of North Dakota.
UND offers only one MBA degree but says it is “interdisciplinary".
UND’s MBA requires 32 hours of coursework (11 classes). The curriculum requires a minimum two years to complete.
According to the AACSB, the average GMAT score of UND’s MBA students is 566.5. UND says the minimum accepted GMAT score is 500.
Tuition at UND for all students is $244.75 per semester hour, plus $52.74 per credit hour mandatory fees, $50.00 per credit hour for online fee, tallying $347.49 per semester hour. Therefore a student will pay $11,120 in tuition and fees for an MBA from UND. Add in books, and a student will pay about $13,320 for a UND MBA.
According to the AACSB, 102 of 1,744 total students at UND are MBA students (05.8%).