Bryan College Ranked Among Most Affordable Human Resources MBA Degree Programs

December 4, 2015

HRMBAHRMBA – December 3, 2015 – Bryan College has been ranked among the most affordable human resources master’s in business administration (MBA) degree programs by Human Resources MBA. The ranking was published on the organization’s website in August.

Bryan College was ranked 30th.

This ranking was created using the National Center for Education Statistics’ College Navigator database. From more than 100 schools offering advanced HR-related degrees, the 50 most affordable accredited programs were selected and ranked based on graduate tuition.

Teaching around 1,500 students from a Christian worldview, Bryan College is a small, private liberal arts institution in southeastern Tennessee. Bryan’s main campus is located on a 128-acre hilltop in Dayton within the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, just 35 minutes north of Chattanooga.

“At Bryan, we are committed to offering a high quality Christian education at an affordable price,” says Dr. Stephen Livesay, Bryan College President. “It is exciting for our MBA program to be recognized as one of the most affordable in the country.”

Highly regarded as the South’s seventh top value school by U.S. News, Bryan offers an affordable Human Resource MBA through its College of Adult & Graduate Studies. Either on-site or online, the accredited human resource degree will open positions of leadership in managing today’s fast-paced workplace. Students can complete the flexible program in just 18 months to deepen their technological competence, global astuteness, and service commitment. Read more about the program at the following link:

Human Resources MBA is the premiere online resource guide for exploring and choosing the best human resources degree programs. The site’s mission is to provide the latest expert information about human resources degrees available on-campus and online across the U.S., including easy-to-read state listings of human resources degree programs that have been aligned with the curriculum standards of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The site features articles, TED talks, professional development activities, blogs, scholarships, website links, and FAQs to help one break into a human resources management career. Read the full article at the following link:

Written by Human Resources MBA staff.