George Mason University consistently ranks among the U.S. News & World Report top business programs, and 2018 Best Part-time MBA ranking is no exception, with the part-time MBA program jumping 21 spots on the list to #53.
“This ranking is one indicator of our commitment to providing students a high value, accessible, convenient, and transformative learning experience to promote our students’ career success,” said Paige Wolf, senior assistant dean of graduate programs. “At the School of Business, we strive to be the school of choice for working professionals in the national capital region.”
Previously, Mason’s part-time MBA program was ranked #74. Tied at the #53 spot are notable universities including Clemson University, George Washington University, and North Carolina State University.
Advantages to Mason’s part-time MBA programs include a high return on investment with increased salaries upon graduation, convenient course schedules to accommodate working professionals, access to lifetime career services, global experiences with residency trips, specialized areas of study, and high-caliber peers and networking connections.
U.S. News & World Report considered more than 300 AACSB-accredited business schools in the U.S. for these rankings.