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LMU MBA Program Ranked #6 in the Nation by Bloomberg Businessweek


Bloomberg Businessweek released its 2013 Part-Time MBA rankings and LMU has risen to #6 in the nation and #3 in the West. This is a significant improvement from the 2011 rankings, in which LMU placed #13 overall and #5 in the West.

This means that LMU is ranked in the top percentile of all part-time MBA programs surveyed, ahead of other Southern California schools like USC, Pepperdine, UC-San Diego, University of San Diego, Chapman and UC-Irvine. Please click here for the complete rankings.

“These rankings are a testament to our incredible faculty and staff, our visionary college leadership, and most of all, our dedicated students and alums,” said Jack Gregg, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs at LMU. “In a competitive market with lots of options, we have been able to attract and retain top students that make the learning experience exciting, productive and fun. Thank you for being a part of the LMU MBA family and spreading the news about the growing LMU brand.”

National rankings are directly tied to the reputation of a university and increase the value of a degree. This milestone is just another step in the right direction toward LMU’s goal of offering the most elite graduate business programs in the nation and developing business professionals who can make an immediate impact.

If you know someone who’s considering an MBA, please share this exciting news with them and encourage them to visit the MBA website for more information.

Thank you for your continued support of the LMU MBA Program!