Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Nonprofit Colleges Online Releases 2017 Rankings of Best Online Bachelor's in Marketing Degree Programs


RALEIGH, N.C. (PRNewswire) - Nonprofit Colleges Online, a website dedicated to putting students before profits and highlighting schools that put education before their bottom line, has published a gift program ranking for Bachelor's in Marketing programs. 
For their rankings, Nonprofit Colleges Online chooses programs from well-regarded universities and colleges that have lower than average tuition costs and are accredited by trusted sources. It then ranks them according their estimated tuition cost.
Fort Hays State University tops this ranking, offering students the best value for its Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing degree. Fort Hays State University is located in Hays, Kansas, and has an estimated tuition cost of $25,668. Western Governors University, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, places second with an estimated tuition cost of $28,800. New Mexico State University places third in the overall rankings with an estimated tuition cost of $30,480New Mexico State University is located in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
The following is a list of the other colleges and universities selected for the ranking (alphabetically ordered):
Arizona State University - Tempe, Arizona
Baker College - Flint, Michigan
Bellevue University - Bellevue, Nebraska
Brandman University - Irvine, California
Calvary University - Kansas City, Missouri
Colorado Christian University - Lakewood, Colorado
Colorado State University - Fort Collins, Colorado
Concordia University - Saint Paul - Saint Paul, Minnesota
Dakota State University - Madison, South Dakota
Dallas Baptist University - Dallas, Texas
Davenport University - Grand Rapids, Michigan
DeSales University - Center Valley, Pennsylvania
East Carolina University - Greenville, NC
Excelsior College - Albany, New York
Fisher College - Boston, Massachusetts
Florida Institute of Technology - Melbourne, Florida
Florida International University - Miami, Florida
Franklin Pierce University - Rindge, New Hampshire
Indiana Wesleyan University - Marion, Indiana
Linfield College - McMinnville, Oregon
McKendree University - Lebanon, Illinois
Metropolitan State University - Saint Paul, Minnesota
Midway University - Midway, Kentucky
Minot State University - Minot, North Dakota
Montana State University - Billings - Billings, Montana
Mount Vernon Nazarene University - Mount Vernon, Ohio
National University - San Diego, California
Northwood University - Midland, Michigan
Nova Southeastern University - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Peirce College - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Regis University - Denver, Colorado
Saint Leo University - St. Leo, Florida
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College - St. Mary's, Florida
Southern New Hampshire University - Manchester, New Hampshire
Stevens-Henager College - Ogden, Utah
Troy University - Troy, Alabama
University of Alabama - Birmingham - Birmingham, Alabama
University of Houston-Victoria - Victoria, Texas
University of Maryland University College - Adelphi, Maryland
University of Massachusetts-Amherst - Amherst, Massachusetts
University of Memphis - Memphis, Tennessee
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, Minnesota
University of the Southwest - Hobbs, New Mexico
University of West Alabama - Livingston, Alabama
Upper Iowa University - Fayette, Iowa
"Currently, marketing degree programs are tasked with teaching ways to leverage social media and the internet to effectively communicate a product or service's features, as well as cultivate and maintain long-standing relationships with customers," writes Sam Mazany, editor at Nonprofit Colleges Online. He adds, "With no foreseeable end to the constant creation of new products and services, those trained and skilled in the field of marketing will always be able to find a business context in which they can apply their expertise. Marketing requires an analytical mind with a creative bent, something that will not be made obsolete by machines or software anytime soon."

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