UC-Berkley (for it's African Diaspora Studies) Ph.D Program
There are several different MA programs including: MA in Linguistics MA in Applied Linguistics MA in TESOL There are both regular university programs as well as online or distance programs. Corey Jubenville It is easy to get a ESL job in China if you have MA in TESOL the job you can find in China will be foreign teacher manager and programm director: www.networkesl.com
There is no "best" MBA program. The best program is one that fits your needs and in which you fit well. The good programs are accredited by the AACSB, and many of them offer distance learning options. A good source of detailed data on more than 2,000 MBA programs worldwide is the Official MBA Guide, a free public service. It allows you to specify your personal criteria and preferences to find the program that best fits you. You can isolate your search to distance learning programs. The list below is only a small part of the programs listed in the Official MBa Guide and some in that list may not have on-line programs. The list was added by someone to the answer by the original contributor to this question. Many schools in the list are not AACSB accredited.
• Arizona State University • Arizona State University West • University of Arkansas, Little Rock • Aston University • Auburn University • Babson College (IntelMBA/FastTrack MBA) • Ball State University • University of Baltimore (webMBA) • Birla Institute of Technology and Science (M.S./M.Phil.) • University of Bradford • Brenau University • Capella University • Carnegie Mellon (Flex Mode Program) • City University of Hong Kong • University of Colorado, Colorado Springs • Colorado State University • Concordia University, Canada (International Aviation MBA Program) • University of Dallas • DeVry Inc. • Drexel University (Techno MBA Online) • ESCP - EAP • Euro-MBA • University of Florida • Florida Atlantic University • Georgia WebMBA • University of Hawaii (Neighbor Island MBA) • Henley Management College • Heriot-Watt University • Indiana University • James Madison University • Jones International University • Lehigh University • Manchester Business School (For financial managers and specialists) • Manchester Business School (For engineering business managers) • University of Maryland University College • University of Massachusetts, Amherst • University of Michigan, Dearborn • Norwich University • Ohio University (MBA Without Boundaries) • Oklahoma State University • Open University Business School • University of Phoenix Online • Portland State University • Queensland University of Technology • Regent University • Regis University • Robert Kennedy College • Suffolk University • Syracuse University • Tennessee Technological University • University of Texas, Arlington • University of Texas, Dallas • University of Texas, Dallas (GLEMBA) • University of Texas, Tyler • Tiffin University • University of Tulsa • Unext • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University • University of Warwick • University of Washington • Webster University • West Virginia University • University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire (Internet Business Consortium MBA Foundation Program) • University of Wisconsin, Whitewater • Worcester Polytechnic Institute • University of Wyoming
You can research this information and more by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine. You can search by name of college or university, programs of study, location etc. The site will provide you with a background of each institution, their accreditation, majors, tuition and fees, student population etc.