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10 Essential Questions for Online MBA Applicants

“You don’t know what you don’t know.”

Ever hear that one? When you’re choosing an online program, that statement takes on extra weight. You might be focused on a specialty, but a good reputation is only part of the equation. You also need to factor in placement rates, and technology support services. Most important, you should learn if the online program is considered an equal to the full-time and executive programs.

And that requires asking the right questions. Last year, Poets and Quants contacted administrators from top online programs like Carnegie Mellon, Kenan-Flagler, and the University of Indiana (Kelley). Here are some of the questions and concerns you should raise as you decide which school is the best fit for you.

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