Getting Into a Top MBA Program with an Online Undergrad Degree
Many students stray away from online undergraduate degree programs because they feel that earning an online degree will hamper their chances of getting into a top MBA program. However, where an undergraduate degree is earned is not always the most important thing that an MBA school looks at. According to Men.Style.com:
MBA programs will tend to value work experience much more highly than the degree you earned in undergrad. Full-time MBA students typically have six years of work experience under their belt, with a good professional trajectory. I think schools want focus and good experience with leadership and teamwork. So your online courses probably won't hurt you so much if you make sure that you shine in the work world before entering an MBA program.
Students are also encouraged to go where they get the best financial aid rather than making themselves sick over getting into the best MBA program in the nation. It will be a lot easier if you're not paying off $100,000 in school loans after you graduate, and you're probably just as likely to get a great job.