LMU MBA Program Rises 19 Spots in U.S. News Rankings
Movin’ on up! U.S. News & World Report released its 2015 "Best Graduate Schools" rankings and LMU's MBA Program improved 19 spots to 39th in the nation. For programs, Entrepreneurship was ranked 14th and Accounting and Marketing were both ranked 19th.
This news follows closely behind Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2013 Part-Time MBA rankings last fall in which LMU ranked 6th in the nation and 3rd in the West.
“Our brand awareness and reputation as a college with premier graduate business programs has grown as a result of these national recognitions,” said Dennis Draper, Dean of LMU’s College of Business Administration. “These rankings reflect the commitment and investment of the entire CBA community to academic excellence, and are a testament to the high caliber of our MBA program and the students who enroll.”
Once again, LMU is ranked in the top percentile of all part-time MBA programs surveyed, ahead of other Southern California schools like Pepperdine, UC-San Diego, University of San Diego and UC-Irvine. Furthermore, LMU ranked as one of the top four Jesuit schools in the U.S. Click here for the complete rankings.
“These rankings are evidence of 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.”