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PRESENTING: The best accelerated MBAs for getting your degree in less than 2 years

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If you want an MBA from a top-tier school but don't want the spend the time or money on a full-length program, consider an "accelerated MBA."

These programs are shorter than two years (or even a year), and can come in at half the cost of the average business-school tuition. And you can complete them either during the evening, online, or in person.

Northwestern's Kellogg, Duke's Fuqua, and Emory's Goizueta School of Business are some of the top schools that offer this speedier degree alternative. Many students from these programs and others have gone on to analyst and executive roles at Ernst & Young, Bryn Mawr Communications, and more top organizations.

Here's what students and admissions officers had to say about the eight of the top accelerated programs in the US — plus the exact costs and duration of each.

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SEE ALSO: 7 'mini MBAs' offered by top institutions and organizations that'll give you a taste of business school for a fraction of the cost

NOW READ: 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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