Top Part-time MBA Programs in Kentucky

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 6 business schools in Kentucky that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Kentucky MBA universities.

  • ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state Kentucky. Also covers latest population and geographical information of Kentucky.

List of Top MBA Schools in Kentucky

Rank MBA Schools
1 University of Louisville
Acceptance rate: 0.608
Part-time Enrollment: 168
Average GMAT score: 571
Location: Louisville, KY
2 University of Kentucky (Gatton)
Acceptance rate: 0.761
Part-time Enrollment: 81
Average GMAT score: 556
Location: Lexington, KY
3 Morehead State University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 185
Average GMAT score: 508
Location: Morehead, KY
4 Eastern Kentucky University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 49
Average GMAT score: 531
Location: Richmond, KY
5 Bellarmine University (Rubel)
Acceptance rate: 1
Part-time Enrollment: 102
Average GMAT score: 449
Location: Louisville, KY
6 Murray State University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 145
Average GMAT score: 499
Location: Murray, KY

Part-time MBA Programs in Kentucky

Nature of Kentucky

The state of Kentucky is located in the South of the United States and belongs to the southeastern central states (“Upper South of the United States”). The territory of the state of Kentucky is 104,659 km 2 (37th place among the states of the USA).

Kentucky is bordered by seven states – Illinois to the northwest, Indiana and Ohio to the north, West Virginia to the east, Virginia to the southeast, Tennessee to the south, and Missouri to the west.

Kentucky is the only US state bordered on three sides by rivers. The western border of Kentucky runs along the great Mississippi River, the northern border along the Ohio River, and the eastern border along the Big Sandy and Tag Fork rivers.

Kentucky is usually divided into several regions: the Cumberland Plateau, the Outer and Inner Bluegrass, the Mississippi Plateau, the Western Coalfields, and the Jackson Purchase.

In eastern Kentucky is the Cumberland Plateau, part of the Appalachian Mountains. This is a plateau cut by gorges and ravines with numerous rocky outcrops, it is here that the highest point of the state is located – Black Mountain (1263 meters above sea level).

The Cumberland Plateau is covered with forests, both deciduous and coniferous, including the Daniel Boone National Forest, named after the famous pioneer who explored Kentucky in the late 18th century. The Daniel Boone Forest is one of the state’s tourist attractions, with many caves, beautiful lakes, gorges and hiking trails.

Several rivers and streams flow along the plateau, the picturesque Cumberland Falls on the river of the same name is called “little Niagara” or “Niagara of the South”.

To the west of the Cumberland Plateau, separated from it by a rocky bluff known as the Pottsville Escarpment, lies the Bluegrass region, the “heart” of Kentucky.

“Bluegrass” (Bluegrass) – “blue grass”, the region got its name from the hilly plains, overgrown with meadow bluegrass grass, one of the symbols of the state of Kentucky. Bluegrass is a steppe with very fertile lands, perfect for pastures. A distinction is made between “inner” (around the city of Lexington) and “outer” Bluegrass.

In the south of the state is the Mississippi Plateau, which is also called the “mint plateau” or “Pennyrail”. Bounded by the Pottsville Escarpment to the east and the Muldrow Hills to the north, it is “transitional” between the Bluegrass Steppes and the highlands of the Cumberland Plateau.