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Top 10 Least Expensive Private Business Schools in the US

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Going away for college is a significant expense for the vast majority of US high school graduates, particularly when they set their eyes on private business programs, which tend to be amongst the priciest in the country. However, if you look hard enough you might be surprised to find out that there are actually quite a few affordable options to choose from.

Following, we would like to present you with a list we have compiled of the top 10 least expensive private business schools in the US, according to the statistics recently released by US News. We have also included the ranking they received in the US News report on national business schools, were available. For all of the following business program options, tuition and fees cost less than $40,000 per year, making them the most affordable alternatives for a student looking for quality business education.

The leading private business school in terms of affordable higher education has emerged as the Marriot School of Business at the Brigham Young University in Utah. With annual tuition and fees amounting to a little under $30,000, the business program offered by Marriot is the most affordable in the country. Furthermore, this school has also be ranked as the 30th best business program in the country by the US News Report, making it the best option for students wanting to enjoy high quality education at reasonable costs.

At the other end of the spectrum we have the College of Business at Alfred University in New York, with annual tuition and fees amounting to $37,646. The University offers two MBA options for students to choose from: Business Administration and Accounting and both their programs are accredited by the AACSB International.

We alos suggest you take a look at our compilation of top 20 business schools for getting rich.

As you’ll see below, going away for college doesn’t have to be an over-the-top expense. Let’s take a look at the countdown.

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