In the newest U.S. News & World Report online program rankings, both undergraduate and non-MBA graduate business programs at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University ranked No. 3 in the country for online programs.
At No. 3, the undergraduate programs came in ahead of Syracuse University, University of Arizona and Indiana University, and online graduate programs (non-MBA) came in ahead of Duke, UNC–Chapel Hill and University of Florida.
The peer-reviewed rankings, which were released publicly today, also named W. P. Carey’s online MBA No. 7 in the country, ahead of University of Maryland, University of Texas and Florida State.
Additionally, U.S. News named the W. P. Carey School among the best in a variety of online programs and specialties, including:
- No. 3, online MBA in management.
- No. 4, online MBA programs for veterans.
- No. 4, online MBA in marketing.
- No. 4, online MBA in analytics.
- No. 5, online MBA in finance.
The U.S. News rankings are the output of several factors, including student engagement, expert opinion, faculty credentials and training, services and technologies, and student excellence.
“Online programs at W. P. Carey are known for their excellence alongside the access they provide,” said Ohad Kadan, the Charles J. Robel Dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business. “Our Online MBA has been ranked in the top 10 every year since U.S. News began its ranking, showing that we continue to lead the way in online business education.”
“We are incredibly proud of the W. P. Carey online MBA program,” said Kate Eaton, assistant dean for MBA programs at W. P. Carey. “Students complete our program with vital business skills they immediately put to work, adding value to their companies and communities. We appreciate U.S. News and our peers’ acknowledgement of that value.”
The W. P. Carey School is consistently ranked among the top business schools in the country for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Learn more at wpcarey.asu.edu/rankings.
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