I recently finished my UG degree in finance at a Brick and Mortar school but it was done all through online courses (think BIG 10, BIG 12, SEC school). I am a non traditional student, but actually have very good work experience and have been getting 690-740 on my GMAT practice tests. I also have done a lot of volunteer work and feel the only real weakness is the fact that my undergrad was done via the web. I'm shooting for Top 10-20 programs. If I have a 3.5 GPA, approximately 700 GMAT and have became a VP at my small firm will I have a shot or will the online ug kill me?
Well it IS a bit unusual, and they may look at it with a skeptical eye, but with a good GMAT and good work experience, I think it will matter much less. If you have some interesting reasons for having done it this way, I'd suggest you write an essay about it in your application.
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