Are there any good MBA programs in Miami or Florida

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I am looking for a good MBA program in Miami.Are there any Flex/part-time/Exec MBA programs
in Miami except Kellog's. Kellog seems way too pricy and otehres were not too appealing.


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by westsidah408 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:51 pm
Could you share some more details. Your current profile (i.e. function,industry, work experience, GMAT score, GPA etc.), why you prefer a part-time to a full-time MBA, what you want to do post-MBA etc. It would really help answer the questions.

In more general terms, University of Florida and University of Tampa come to mind.

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by mulli » Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:21 am
Prefer Part-time bcoz I am working.
I work as a QualityAssurance Lead in IT industry.
UF & University of Tampa are not the top of the line schools.
Not sure, if the time and effort put will be worth it.

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by machichi » Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:25 am
If you want a top program but don't want a high price tag, well, stop searching now. Top programs are tons more expensive and give less aid. It's just the way it is.
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by gargis » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:36 am
I'm a software engineer with 3 years of experience. I want to pursue graduate MBA at University of South Florida, Tampa. Can somebody please tell me if the college & program are good enough?


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by [email protected] » Mon Feb 18, 2013 11:57 pm
Good enough for what?? That's a question only YOU can answer. Can the school help you reach your goals? What are your goals? What are your limitations? In depends on you, there is no objective "Good" and "Bad"
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by campbellronald7 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 10:26 pm
I'm not as familiar with Miami MBA schools, but completely understand your dilemma with working and attending school. I'm not sure if you have any interest in traveling, but up here in Boston, Babson College offers a great MBA program with two ways of getting it that might interest you - the part-time blended learning program and the evening program. Both of these would still allow you to hold a job while working on your education as of luck!