Business Schools by Region and State

Following the trend of growing offerings in online education, many high-quality accredited business schools offer flexible and easy-to-access distance learning opportunities all over the United States for prospective MBA students. Some distance-based schools have no on-campus requirements (e.g., Boise State). Other online or hybrid programs have in-person requirements for interviews, orientations, immersion experiences, or capstone projects. It should also be noted that some online programs are only available to students living in the same state as the university.

For students interested in online MBA programs located outside of their state of residence, it is crucial to check out the school’s “state authorization” status, which typically is available on program websites (e.g., Arizona State University). For schools that do not have this information, students are encouraged to contact program administrators to ensure eligibility.

Keep reading to find high-quality and accredited business schools in your region, state, or city.

Northeast (Including New England)

Whether business professionals want to move up in a company, start their own business, or expand to international waters, earning an MBA can advance these objectives. With the array of specializations available in MBA programs, professionals can expand their core business knowledge and work within a specific niche.

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Maine New Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Connecticut Delaware Maryland Pennsylvania New York

South

Whether professionals want to move into management, become an entrepreneur, or branch out into international business, an MBA is a vital step on the road to reaching these goals. Today, MBA students can tailor a program to their needs.

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Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi Kentucky Tennessee Alabama West Virginia Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida

Midwest

The Midwest comprises North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. Some top MBA schools in the Midwest can be found at Indiana University, Bloomington, University of Wisconsin, and Ball State University.

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North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Minnesota Iowa Missouri Wisconsin Illinois Indiana Ohio Michigan

West

The West includes Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. This region is equally known for its awe-inspiring nature as it is for its exceptional universities. Students can enroll in some of the country's top online MBA programs at schools such as Arizona State University, the University of Southern California, Pepperdine University, and many more.

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Washington Oregon California Nevada Idaho Utah Arizona Montana Wyoming Colorado New Mexico Hawaii Alaska

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