MBA Program Ranks Among Nation’s Best
OMAHA – The latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News and World Report, released March 16, recognize the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s part-time Master of Business Administration program.
The program is ranked No. 93, which places it as best in Omaha, second best in the state and No. 57 among public universities. The ranking places the program as one of the two best part-time MBA programs in its Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities peer group and in the top third of the country overall.
The UNO College of Business Administration’s MBA program, which includes both part-time and full-time options, began in 1965 and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary.
A large number of UNO’s MBA graduates are employed in the state and several serve in leadership positions in Fortune 500 companies, such as Union Pacific and Mutual of Omaha.
Additionally, the UNO College of Business Administration is currently ranked as the best business school in the nation for veterans by Military Times.
Several other UNO programs stood out in the recent U.S. News rankings, including a top-25 ranking for the College of Public Affairs and Community Service’s Master of Public Administration program. View the full news release.
“There is no question that these rankings confirm the quality of our graduate-level education here at UNO,” said Deborah Smith-Howell, associate vice chancellor for academic affairs and dean of Graduate Studies. “I am incredibly proud that we are able to offer such a high level of education, across multiple areas of study, to our students.”
For more information about the Master of Business Administration program, visit http://mba.unomaha.edu.
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