An MBA from a top 15 university will allow you to get a six figure salary in nearly any field of business.
An MBA from a program ranked between 16 and 30 will allow you to increase your salary quite a bit -- allowing you to get a six figure salary in an area where you already have experience.
An MBA from a ranked university that is not in the top 30 will allow you to increase your salary enough where it justifies going full time.
An MBA from an unranked brick and mortar university will not do much for you in terms of getting you a new job or increasing your salary -- but may help you out in the company where you now work.
An MBA from an on line university will actually make it harder for you to get a new job than if you didn't go there at all. Many employers -- and nearly all of the quality companies -- will look down on an on line degree and are more likely to throw away your resume than not.
Most on line universities are For Profit corporations that are ot selective and have sleazy recruiting practices. University of Phoenix, for example, was recently fined a record $9.8 Million for their recruiting practices.
While they may claim to be accredited, they usually have the easy to get regional accreditation and lack the more prestigious national accreditation.
Avoid on line colleges at all costs.
Online MBAs are most valuable if they're offered through a brick-and-mortar university. With programs like the University of Phoenix, you're taking your chances when dealing with employers who don't think they're as challenging as a classroom environment. (Of course, if you don't want to work for a place like that anyway, don't worry about it.)
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