Isenberg Online MBA Ranked #12 Nationally by U.S. News & World Report
January 19, 2016
Isenberg’s Online MBA is ranked among the best online MBA programs in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online MBA Programs. The Isenberg MBA is ranked 12th out of the 221 institutions ranked by the publication.
"Isenberg’s online program goes beyond case studies and textbooks to drive students to real success.”
“We continue to lead the pack in an increasingly competitive online educational landscape,” remarked Mark A. Fuller, Dean of the Isenberg School. “This confirms what thousands of Isenberg students and alums have known for over a decade: Isenberg’s online program goes beyond case studies and textbooks to drive students to real success.”
The U.S. News ranking is based on five factors: student engagement, admissions selectivity, peer reputation , faculty credentials and training and student services and technology and only includes AACSB accredited institutions. This is the second year of this ranking that focuses solely on Online MBA programs, and the number of institutions ranked has increased to 221 from 196 in 2015.
Unlike many of the other programs who recently entered the online space, Isenberg has offered its MBA in a 100% online format for over 13 years, making it one of the oldest accredited online MBA programs in the nation. Enrollment approaches 1300 students, making it the largest out of the top 25 schools ranked by U.S. News . “We continue to attract a high number of highly educated, highly successful professionals because we have a team of experienced professors and advisors who really understand how these students learn best,” says John Wells, Associate Dean of Professional Programs. “Despite our long tradition of outstanding online education, we continue to innovate with a variety of new approaches and technologies to connect students in our online format, new opportunities for in-person connections, and more diversity in our class offerings including business analytics and sport management.”