- Brigham Young University, Abilene Christian University and the University of St. Thomas took the top three slots on The U.S. News Short List's "10 Lowest-Priced Private Business Schools" rundown.
- Tuition and fees for a year at BYU's Marriott School in 2011-2012 totaled $10,600, according to the report.
- Harvard ranked as the most expensive, with a year's tuition and fees costing $60,610.
As student loans become a bigger issue in the U.S., the cost of a business degree is becoming more and more relevant to MBA seekers looking to minimize their post-college debt. BYU has the least expensive private school MBA program in the U.S., according to a list released by U.S. News and World Report. Other schools appearing among the 10 lowest-price MBA programs include Howard University, Willamette University and American University.