BYU Business School Offers the Most Bang For Your $$$

At $60,610 per year in tuition and fees, Harvard is the most expensive private business school in the country, according to data from the 46 U.S. private business schools that reported to U.S. News for the 2011-2012 school year.

At the 10 least-expensive private business schools, the average cost in tuition and fees was much lower: $28,963. The Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University—Provo, ranked 34th in the U.S. News Best Business Schools rankings, topped the least-expensive list with an average annual cost of $10,600 in tuition and fees.
Taken from an article in (U.S. News.com, July 5, 2012)

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One Response to BYU Business School Offers the Most Bang For Your $$$

  1. Rusty says:

    In other news, a Porsche costs more than a Toyota.

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