U.S. News Ranks University of San Diego’s Online Graduate Business Program 9th in Nation

U.S. News & World Report today released its 2015 best online graduate business rankings and the supply chain management program offered by the University of San Diego’s School of Business Administration (SBA) is ranked 9th in the nation. SBA’s supply chain management program was ranked 14th in 2014 by U.S. News.

“We’re pleased that our high-quality supply chain management program has been recognized again this year by U.S. News,” says David Pyke, SBA dean. “It underscores our commitment to provide students with the experience they need to pursue graduate education in a vibrant, flexible and rigorous environment, and it demonstrates that SBA consistently produces leaders who possess the skills and attributes most valued by businesses throughout the world.”

SBA’s supply chain management program is also ranked 23rd in the nation by Gartner Research for best graduate supply chain management programs, and is the only program on the west coast to be included in the Gartner ranking. SBA offers graduate business programs in global leadership, real estate, executive leadership, taxation and accountancy.

U.S. News assessed 118 programs using methodology around student engagement, admissions selectivity, peer reputation, faculty credentials and training and student services and technology. 




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