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Get A Jump Start On Your MBA!

LSU Online and the Graduate School of Banking at LSU are excited to announce a partnership for graduates looking to earn their online MBA! Graduates from the Graduate School of Banking will have the opportunity to earn six (6) credits if they enroll in the Flores MBA Program at LSU in Baton Rouge. That equals $6,660 in savings!

Learn more about this program.

Ready to start the application process? Apply today and use code LSUONLINE2019 to waive the application fee.

At LSU Online our mission is simple: create high-quality learning experiences with world-class customer service. We prepare our graduates to be highly employable critical thinkers and problem solvers within their community.

Your personal enrollment concierge will support and guide you through the enrollment process, starting by identifying the program that best meets your needs, and helping you to get started with your application.

Why Enroll with LSU Online:

  • Prestige: LSU is the flagship institution of Louisiana and is one of only 30 universities nationwide holding land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant status.
  • Learn from the Best: Our award-winning faculty has been making a global impact, both inside and outside of the classroom, since 1860.
  • Dedicated Concierge Service: You will have a dedicated Learner Concierge from the application process all the way through to your graduation.
  • Affordability: 2 in 3 graduate with zero debt.

Have Questions? Contact the LSU Online Concierge team below.


Graduate School of Banking at LSU vs MBA

Graduate School Choices

In an article from the Wall Street Journal, For Newly Minted M.B.A.s, a Smaller Paycheck Awaits, the ever-popular MBA was given a hard look in terms of return on investment and impacts in climbing the corporate ladder.  The MBA has many winning attributes and can advance an individual’s career trajectory.  But, as the WSJ explores, the MBA is no longer the only game in town and it’s also not viewed as the same accomplishment it was up until the early 1990s.

MBAs have historically been a fail-safe way to get noticed by upper management and a great segue into executive levels of a corporation.  However, virtually all schools are offering MBA programs now in full time 2 year, part time, and executive curriculum.  Adding to the decreased illustriousness of the degree, online MBA programs can allow for questionable academic input for the once valuable document.  The flood of MBA students has been swollen by the recent recession sending students and laid off professionals back to school in droves, seeking advanced degrees.

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