Message from the Dean

As we approach the end of the fall semester and enter the new calendar year, several high profile ranking outlets will publish results for 2020. One of the most distinctive entities with respect to rankings is The Princeton Review. I am pleased to share, the Engler College of Business has been recognized as a top 25 Online MBA program in the world rankings by The Princeton Review, for the second consecutive year. This year we moved up a spot to number 23.  The thing that makes The Princeton Review rankings special is the primary source of input comes from student surveys about faculty, staff, classmates, IT infrastructure, and related.  Being recognized via external rankings is always great, but recognition based on the experience of our recent graduates is very gratifying to our dedicated faculty and staff.   Beyond The Princeton Review rankings listed below, we are pleased to share information about our students, alumni, and programs throughout the winter edition of the Paul and Virginia Engler College of Business Digital Newsletter.

The Princeton Review’s Global List of Top Online MBA Programs (2020):

  1. Indiana University—Bloomington
  2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  3. University of Florida
  4. University of Southern California
  5. IE University (Spain)
  6. Carnegie Mellon University (PA)
  7. North Carolina State University
  8. Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)
  9. University of Utah
  10. Arizona State University
  11. Babson College (MA)
  12. Pepperdine University (CA)
  13. James Madison University (VA)
  14. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  15. University of Texas at Dallas
  16. Jack Welch Management Institute (VA)
  17. University of South Dakota
  18. Syracuse University (NY)
  19. Auburn University (AL)
  20. American University (Washington, DC)
  21. The College of William and Mary (VA)
  22. University of Arizona
  23. West Texas A&M University
  24. University of South Florida – St. Petersburg
  25. Santa Clara University (CA)

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