The part-time MBA program at UNL’s College of Business Administration was No. 2 in the Big Ten in the 2013 Bloomberg Businessweek Top Business School Rankings released Nov. 7. The ratings had UNL No. 18 overall out of 80 programs ranked.
The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking is based on a survey of recent graduates, an academic quality measure which includes average GMAT scores, class sizes and completion rates, and a calculation of post-MBA outcomes. This biennial ranking of part-time MBA programs was first conducted in 2007 and is also divided into six regions.
The 2013 Bloomberg Businessweek top part-time MBA programs complete ranking is available here.
At UNL, part-time MBA students often maintain full-time employment while earning an advanced business degree. UNL also offers a flexible MBA, allowing students the option of taking classes on-campus, online or a combination of both.
“Our mission is to develop exceptional leaders to help change the world,” CBA Dean Donde Plowman said. “This recognition for our MBA program is another indicator of the outstanding quality of our business programs in the College of Business.”
The University of Michigan was No. 10.