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List of MBA Colleges in Kentucky

List of MBA Colleges in Kentucky

Welcome to the top MBA directory in Kentucky. We have created the list of best Kentucky business colleges that provide BBA, MBA or DBA programs. Most business schools offer full-time, part-time and executive education. Such rankings are based on the student surveys, alumni reviews, admissions profiles, employment rates, average starting salary and peer school assessment. To find out detailed information about admissions and career about each school in Kentucky, just follow the link below.
Kentuckian is an adjective form of Kentucky.

Kentucky [kentɐʹki], abbreviated KY, state of the Midwest, USA; 105,000 km2, 4.5 million inhabitants (2018).The capital is Frankfort, Lexington's largest city.

Kentucky. State Map.


Eastern Kentucky is the Appalachian's westernmost chain with the highest peak, Big Black Mountain, 1,265 meters above sea level. To the west, the Cumberland Plateau, which is dewatered by Ohio's tributaries, includes the Kentucky River. Deep canyon valleys and karst caves have been formed in the plateau's carbon-bearing sedimentary rocks, for example the famous Mammoth Cave.

Kentucky. The mammoth cave was listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1981.

The northern part of the plateau forms the so-called bluegrass region, named after a grass (Swedish name buffalo grass) which indicates fertile soil, while other parts of the area lack vegetation. In the far west, Kentucky borders the Mississippi flood zone.

The climate in Kentucky is characterized by cold winters and hot summers. The city of Louisville averages +26 °C in July and −1 °C in January. The annual rainfall is about 1,150 mm.


During the 1990s, Kentucky population growth was about 7 percent. Half of the population lives in cities, of which Louisville (615,400 inhabitants, 2016) and Lexington (314,500) are the largest. More than 90 percent of residents are white.


Kentucky's business has its base in agriculture and related processing industries. The most important products are tobacco, maize and soybeans, as well as meat and dairy products. The tobacco harvest is the second largest in the United States (after North Carolina). The state is the United States' leading whiskey producer (bourbon) and also has a large tobacco industry. Kentucky is also known for its breeding of thoroughbred horses, primarily around Lexington.

Kentucky. Horse farm outside Lexington, Kentucky.

Kentucky is the largest coal producer in the United States. The mining takes place largely in open pit mines, which entails extensive environmental damage. Oil and natural gas are also extracted. Industry is most important along the Ohio River (Louisville, Ashland, etc.) and in Lexington. In the state there are several assembly plants for the automotive industry. Federal facilities include the Fort Knox military base, which also holds US gold reserves. The largest universities are the University of Louisville and Kentucky University in Lexington.

Tourism and gastronomy

Tourism has become an increasingly significant industry in Kentucky. One of the most famous sights is Mammoth Cave National Park northeast of the town of Bowling Green. There are many underground caves and tunnel systems, which at different levels extend more than 500 km. Mammoth Cave is a World Heritage site.

Further west lies the large recreation and recreation area Land Between the Lakes, a long peninsula between the dammed Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers. The mountain ranges of eastern Kentucky offer a varied nature.

In the southeast corner, at the border with Virginia and Tennessee, is the Cumberland Gap National Park, through whose mountain pass pioneer Daniel Boone and his men entered present-day Kentucky in the 1770s. Historical memories are also Abraham Lincoln's birthplace at Hodgenville (80 km south of Louisville) as well as the religiously and socially interesting Shakertown at Pleasant Hill southwest of Lexington. The capital city of Frankfort and the major cities of Louisville and Lexington are also major tourist destinations.

Horse breeding and horse racing attract a large number of visitors. The world-famous Kentucky Derby is decided each year in early May at the Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville. Among other Kentucky museums are the Horse Museum in Lexington and the Whiskey Museum in Bardstown (south of Louisville).

Although the world in food contexts best knows the name Kentucky in the fast food Kentucky fried chicken (minced chicken meat breaded in coarse flour and then deep-fried), it is another dish that can be said to constitute Kentucky's "national dish": burgoo. This is a pot that should contain several types of meat, corn, beans and vegetables. Corn is made, among other things. grits soufflé (a porridge of corn and cheese), creamed corn (creamy corn bacon) and corn bread.

The dessert table includes pecan pie (pecan pie), marmalade pie and egg tuna with locally produced whiskey (bourbon).


Kentucky was inhabited by several different Native American people who were often at war with each other and for a long time prevented European colonization. The first colonization attempts were made during the 1770s by a.k.a. Daniel Boone, until 1782 under fierce opposition from the Indians. Subsequently, the population increased rapidly, and in 1792 Kentucky became the 15th state of the United States, with a constitution that allowed slavery. At the outbreak of the Civil War, Kentucky tried to stand neutral but was still subject to war actions. After October 1862, the northern states had full control over the state. The expansion of the railway network became important for economic development. The industry was initially based on tobacco, coal and wood products. During the 20th century, other industries also grew, mainly along the Ohio River. Politically, Democrats have usually dominated the state.

In order to enroll an accredited MBA school in Kentucky, both full time and part time based programs, you will need to take the GMAT exam before applying for admissions. Check Topschoolsintheusa to find a test center in Kentucky that is nearest to you so that you can take the GMAT test at your convenience.

Kentucky MBA Universities


Clark University Creighton University College of Charleston California State University-Los Angeles
Harvard University University of Louisville Columbus State University Youngstown State University
Cornell University University of Kansas Colorado State University Colorado State University-Pueblo
Columbia University University of Iowa Mason School of Business California State University-San Bernardino
Canisius College University of Georgia Tepper School of Business California State University-Northridge
Chapman University University of Hartford Claremont Graduate University California State University-Stanislaus
Boston University University of Maine Clark Atlanta University Case Western Reserve University
Bradley University University of Tampa Brigham Young University Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Brandeis University University of Kentucky Orfalea College of Business Bowling Green State University
Babson College University of Memphis Arizona State University Butler University College of Business
Baylor University University of Miami Auburn University-Montgomery California State University-Chico
Bellarmine University University of Missouri University of Michigan-Dearborn California State University-East Bay
Belmont University University of Mississippi Abilene Christian University California State University-Fresno
Bentley University University of Tulsa Appalachian State University California State University-Fullerton
Berry College University of Toledo Western Illinois University California State University-Long Beach
Boston College Basin School of Business Western Kentucky University Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Adelphi University Boise State University Western Michigan University Georgia College and State University
American University University of Texas-Dallas Western New England College Winston-Salem State University
Willamette University University of Texas-Austin University of Texas-Arlingto Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Winthrop University Bauer College of Business William Paterson University West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Wright State University University of Montana Grand Valley State University Florida International University
Gonzaga University Belk College of Business Illinois Institute of Technology George Washington University
Hofstra University University of New Orleans University of Illinois-Springfield Georgia Institute of Technology
Howard University University of New Mexico Fairleigh Dickinson University Georgia Southern University
Xavier University Illinois State University Fayetteville State University East Tennessee State University
Yale University Florida State University Florida Atlantic University Eastern Washington University
Fordham University University of Nevada-Reno Florida Gulf Coast University University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Georgetown University University of Utah University of New Hampshire University of Houston-Clear Lake
DePaul University University of the Pacific Francis Marion University University of Maryland-College Park
Drake University University of Vermont George Mason University University of Louisiana-Lafayette
Duke University University of Virginia Georgia State University University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Duquesne University University of Washington Delaware State University University of Missouri-Kansas City
Drexel University University of West Florida Eastern Illinois University University of North Carolina-Greensboro
East Carolina University University of West Georgia Eastern Kentucky University University of Wisconsin-Madison
Elon University Utah State University Eastern Michigan University University of Massachusetts-Boston
Emory University Vanderbilt University Cleveland State University Kenan-Flagler Business School
Emporia State University Villanova University Coastal Carolina University University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Fairfield University Virginia Tech University of Hawaii-Manoa Western Washington University
Clarkson University Wake Forest University University of Illinois-Chicago University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Clayton State University Bryant University University of Michigan-Flint University of Tennessee-Martin
Clemson University Washburn University Charlton College of Business Isenberg School of Management
CUNY Bernard Olin School of Business University of Texas-El Paso University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
Dartmouth College Wayne State University University of Nebraska-Lincoln University of Missouri-St. Louis
Wharton School Weber State University Washington State University University of Texas-Pan American
University of Pittsburgh University of Oregon University of Nebraska-Omaha University of Texas-San Antonio
University of Scranton University of Oklahoma University of Houston-Victoria University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
University of South Dakota University of North Dakota University of Northern Iowa University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
University of North Florida University of North Texas University of Southern Indiana University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
University of Notre Dame University of South Florida University of San Francisco University of Wisconsin-River Falls
University of Portland University of Richmond University of South Carolina Virginia Commonwealth University
University of Rhode Island University of Rochester Western Carolina University University of Southern Mississippi
University of San Diego University of South Florida University of Minnesota-Duluth University of Southern California
Ross School of Business University of Texas-Tyler Cameron School of Business University of Nevada-Las Vegas

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