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PRESENTING: 7 'mini MBAs' that'll cost you $6,000 or less and give you a taste of what business school is like at top programs

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If you want a business school education without having to commit to years of learning and pay hundreds of thousands of dollars, a "mini MBA" could be a great alternative for you.
Each mini MBA is different, but they're generally certificate-based programs for business professionals looking to network and bolster their corporate knowledge. You can take them in a matter of weeks and online. And you can get them from top schools, like Rutgers or Bentley, from anywhere between $275 to $6,000, compared to up to $120,000 for full tuition for a two-year MBA program.
Here are seven programs, including Clemson and Pepperdine, that offer them, and how you can use them to advance your career.

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SEE ALSO: Top business schools are scrambling to help MBA students through the pandemic. Here's our constantly updated list of program changes, deferred enrollments, and which schools are offering online classes.
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