Kenan-Flagler Business School
In the new ranking of online MBAs by U.S. News & World Report This time the Tepper School and the Kenan-Flagler Business School are at the top.
U.S. News & World Report has his new ranking for online MBAs released. This time, the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University and the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina shared first place, making them the most expensive offers on the US market with tuition fees of $ 141,320 and $ 125,589.
3rd place is the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, which shared 1st place with the Kenan-Flagler Business School last year. This is followed by the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California in 4th place and the Hough Graduate School of Business (Warrington College) at the University of Florida in 5th place. The Carey School at Arizona State University improved from 10th place to place 6th
7th place is shared by the Pennsylvania State University-World Campus and the Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas. 9th place goes to Rice University, which improved by an incredible 114 places compared to the previous year. In the previous year it was ranked 123rd.
And 10th place fell at six schools: Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, University of Arizona, University of Maryland, University of Missisippi, Foster School of Business at the University of Washington and the MBA Consortium at the University of Wisconsin.
In addition to Rice University, Bentley College also improved by more than a hundred places and came in 67th (previous year: 179th). Florida Southern College and Santa Clara University win 97 and 91 places, respectively, finishing 94th and 40th.
The descents were significantly less. Drexel University in Philadelphia lost 56 places and came in 88th place (previous year 32nd place). Central Michigan University lost 47 places to 100th place (previous year 53rd place).
The evaluation is based on a complicated formula that includes almost 50 criteria in five categories: student engagement (28 percent), selectivity in admission (25 percent), peer reputation (25 percent), references and training of lecturers (11 percent ) and service to the students and technology (11 percent).
This year ranks U.S. News 295 online MBAs, but lists 324 programs. Last year there were 335 programs. This shows how fierce competition has become in the online MBA market. Only online MBAs from US schools are considered.