In the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, which came out in March, our Professional MBA program rose 15 slots.
“This jump in our Professional MBA ranking is most gratifying and underscores both the quality of our students and the growing recognition our program is enjoying,” said Dr. Dean McFarlin. “All of this is ultimately a testament to hard work being done by our faculty and staff to attract students and provide an outstanding education. And looking ahead, our redesigned Professional MBA will exceed the needs of 21st century organizations.”
The rankings rely upon five factors. A peer assessment score accounts for half of the school’s overall ranking. The methodology also considers GMAT and GRE test scores, work experience, and undergraduate grade point average as well as the percentage of part-time MBA enrollment.