Rankings

USD's School of Business Administration features ranked undergraduate and graduate business degree programs.

Bloomberg Businessweek Ranks USD's Evening MBA Among the Top 20 Best in the Country

The University of San Diego’s Evening Master of Business Administration is ranked #17 in the country and is also among the top 10 in student satisfaction, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s latest list of the top part-time MBA program. Bloomberg Businessweek ranked 78 programs, out of more than 500 eligible AACSB accredited business schools, using measures of academic quality and student satisfaction. USD has been ranked in the top 20 since 2011, and was previously in the top 30, starting in 2009.

Undergraduate Program Ranked in the top 50 by Bloomberg Businessweek

The University of San Diego is ranked 46th in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2013 list of the top 50 undergraduate business programs. USD has made the top-50 list for seven consecutive years, and is the fourth highest west coast school in the ranking.

USD was also ranked in the top 30 in several academic categories in Bloomberg Businessweek's June 2013 survey of the best specialty programs:

  • Accounting #29
  • Business Law #15
  • International Business #22
  • Macroeconomics #14
  • Marketing #21
  • Microeconomics #12
  • Sustainability #19
*Based on Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of 124 eligible AACSB accredited business programs.

US News Ranks MS Supply Chain Management Among Top 20 Graduate Business Programs

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of San Diego’s Master’s degree program in Supply Chain Management as one of the top 20 online graduate business programs in the country. USD’s program was ranked 14th in the nation in the list of more than 170 programs. The program jumped nine spots from last year’s ranking of 23rd. The master’s program to train professionals in advanced techniques to efficiently design, produce and deliver goods and services received high marks in the rankings criteria of faculty credentials and training and student engagement. Other criteria included admissions selectivity, peer reputation and student services and technology.

Princeton Review Ranks USD Highly for Women’s Opportunities and Green MBAs

The University of San Diego’s MBA program made two top-ten lists in the 2014 edition of the Princeton Review Guide to the Best Business Schools. USD ranked #2 on the “Greatest Opportunities for Women” list, and was also ranked #5 for “Best Green MBA”. Both lists are based on an analysis of survey responses from more than 20,000 students at the top 295 MBA programs in the country. USD’s MBA program has also been ranked on the Princeton Review’s top-ten campus environment list in four of the past five years.

USD Ranks #13 in the Military Times Survey of the Best Business Schools for Military Veterans

USD School of Business ranked #13 out of 100 business schools across the country in the first-ever Military Times Best for Vets: Business Schools survey rankings. The new ranking brings attention to the importance of a graduate business degree for veterans interested in transferring their leadership skills and work ethic from the military to the business world.