MBA Program Takes Top Honors
U.S. News & World Report has again recognized the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s MBA program among the nation’s best.
In rankings released today, U.S. News & World Report has recognized the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s part-time MBA program among the nation’s best, including the second spot in Michigan, next to the Ross School of Business at UM-Ann Arbor.
“Our part-time MBA program is designed to prepare students for the next step in their careers while accommodating the busiest of schedules,” said Raju Balakrishnan, dean of the College of Business (COB). “We are thrilled to be recognized once again by U.S. News & World Report for our MBA program, as it highlights our commitment to academic excellence and student success.”
This marks the 11th consecutive year the College’s MBA program has been included in the publication. The part-time MBA rankings were based on five factors: average peer assessment score; average GMAT or GRE score for incoming students; average undergraduate GPA; work experience; and the percentage of the school’s MBA enrollment that is part time. Learn more about the methodology and view additional rankings at the U.S. News website.
In January, U.S. News & World Report also recognized COB as having one of the state’s top online MBA programs, and in October, Poets&Quants ranked the online MBA program 19th in the U.S. In addition, The Princeton Review recently recognized COB as a “Best Business School” for the 11th consecutive year.