U.S. News & World Report released its full 2013 “America’s Best Graduate Schools” rankings, and programs in Marquette University's Graduate School of Management continue to be well represented among the nation’s leading graduate business schools.
The part-time MBA program at Marquette University is ranked 65th, reflecting a change in their methodology this year. According to U.S. News, the change is “the introduction of the following factors in the part-time M.B.A. rankings, in addition to peer assessments from b-school deans and program directors: the percentage of graduate business students in a school that is part time, as well as entering part-time students' average undergraduate GPA, average GMAT score, and average months of work experience.”
While rankings are only one factor we use to evaluate our programs, we will continue to identify and seize opportunities that work to improve our reputation nationally.
To be ranked among the nation’s best graduate business programs is truly a reflection of the talent and dedication to our students that you, the faculty, bring to Marquette every day.
Linda Salchenberger, Ph.D.
Keyes Dean of Business Administration
College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Management