Mason Part-time MBA in top 100 MBA Program Rankings

April 3, 2013

General, Leadership

George Mason graduate and undergraduate business programs have consistently been ranked in the top 100 of U.S. News & World Report’s business program rankings.  The Mason Part-time MBA has been ranked in the top 100 the past three years with the 2014 U.S. News & World Report “Best Part-Time MBA” program rankings being no exception. These rankings are a testament to the quality of our students and the quality of our program here at Mason. In addition to a peer assessment, these rankings take into account students’ GMAT average, work experience, undergraduate GPA, and career placement factors. Our MBA program’s peer assessment—the grade given to our program by our peers has consistently risen each year.

A ranking in the top 100 is a great indication of the quality of students attending our MBA program and the quality of the program itself.

In addition to the Part-time MBA program ranking, we are currently ranked #72 for “Best Undergraduate Business Programs” in U.S. News & World Report. For reference, we have progressed from #88 in 2011 to #81 in 2012 and now are at #72 in 2013. This is a jump of 16 spots in just three years!

Our online Executive MBA is also currently ranked #59 for “Best Online Graduate Business Program,” and George Mason University ranks #1 for “Up-and-Coming Schools” in U.S. News & World Report.

To put these rankings in perspective, there are more than 13,000 schools worldwide that offer business programs. U.S. News & World Report will only consider AACSB-accredited business schools in the U.S. for these rankings—of which there are nearly 500.

These achievements further highlight our continued commitment to improving our programs each year and are markers of success. Our faculty and staff diligently strive to continually improve the quality of education our MBA students receive as well as the overall student experience.

Our students should feel proud of the many achievements and accomplishments that brought them to George Mason School of Management. They are part of a premier MBA program dedicated to advancing their careers.

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About Jackie Buchy

Since 2011, I have served as the assistant dean for graduate enrollment at George Mason University's School of Business. In my role, I work with prospective graduate students to identify and select the best graduate program to meet their career goals.

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