The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business was recently ranked No. 16 in the U.S. and No. 13 among public universities in the U.S. News and World Report 2022 Online MBA Program ranking. The Katz part-time MBA program has progressively climbed this U.S. News rankings since its creation in 2019, jumping up an impressive 43 spots since last year’s ranking.
The methodology for U.S. News is based on a number of factors, including graduation and retention rates, student experience, acceptance rate, student support, and faculty credentials and training. The U.S. News ranking also ranks schools based on certain specializations. This year, Katz was named No. 15 in Best Online Finance MBA Programs.
The No. 16 placement sets the Katz MBA program above programs at James Madison University, George Washington University, and the University of Delaware.
“We’re thrilled to have made this remarkable improvement in the U.S. News Online MBA ranking,” says Arjang A. Assad, Henry E. Haller Jr. Dean. “Our placement in the Top 20 solidifies that the adaptability and academic rigor of our programs continues to be noticed by prospective students and future employers.”
Designed for working professionals, the Katz part-time MBA recently introduced a cohort model that allows students to choose an online or on-campus experience. This unique model allows students to master the competencies necessary to advance their careers without having to commit to a full-time, on-campus program.
“The model of our part-time program gave us an edge when the pandemic forced all classes online, as many of our faculty already had experience teaching virtually, and we had a robust library of online content that we could quickly adapt and deploy across all of our programs,” says Laura Oknefski, Director of Graduate Programs. “In creating flexibility for our students, we developed our own adaptability to be able to best serve them, even amidst unprecedented circumstances.”
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