For the second year in a row, the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business part-time MBA program has maintained its spot as No. 59 overall in the U.S. News Best Online MBA Programs ranking. Among public institutions, Katz jumped two spots from last year to No. 41.
These rankings reflect several components including student engagement, student excellence, faculty training and credentials, and student services and technology.
In addition to our overall and public rankings, U.S. News created a Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans ranking. In this ranking, Katz placed No. 35 overall and No. 27 among public institutions.
Some key strengths as outlined by U.S. News include Katz’s high student retention rate, small average class size, faculty qualifications, variety of online instruction vehicles, and low average student loan amounts.
“I am incredibly proud of our latest rankings for our part-time MBA program,” said Arjang Assad, Henry E. Haller Jr. Dean. “The hard work of our students and faculty members deserve this recognition.”
This U.S. News ranking follows Katz’s most recent and highest ranking yet from The Economist, where the full-time MBA program is ranked No. 30 in the world, No. 20 in the U.S., and No. 13 among public institutions. Despite difficulties brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, Katz has seen remarkable improvements over the last year—most notably in the metrics that come from surveys of our current students and recent alumni, suggesting an overall increase in student satisfaction.
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