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What are the Top MBA Programs in the U.S.?

The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree offers a scientific approach to business management. The core courses in an MBA program cover a variety of business subjects such as business communication, business ethics, accounting, applied statistics, finance, business law, and entrepreneurship. Pursuing an MBA helps candidates gain business skills and can accelerate their careers by helping them to break into certain highly competitive business sectors. A full-time MBA program typically lasts two years. Part-time and executive MBA programs are designed for working professionals and vary in length, depending on the number of credits taken each semester.

Here follows the U.S. News rankings of the top 10 business schools in 2020:

10. Dartmouth College (Tuck)
The tuition fees at Tuck School of Business are $68,910 per year for full-time study. Full-time enrollment for 2018 was 582. Students who begin at Tuck are organized into small teams, and more than half of the student body lives on the intimate campus in Hanover, N.H.

Students can specialize in areas such as strategy or finance with elective courses. It’s possible to earn a concurrent degree at Dartmouth and students can also complete a dual degree at another institution. Tuck doesn’t offer part-time degree options or a Ph.D. program.

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