The University of San Diego's School of Business Ranked in Top 20 for Part-Time MBA Programs

The Professional MBA program at the University of San Diego School of Business is again the top part-time MBA program in San Diego and maintains its place among the top 20 part-time MBA programs offered by U.S. universities, according to rankings released this week by Bloomberg Businessweek

“We are proud to be ranked as the top part-time MBA program in San Diego and a top 20 part-time MBA program in the nation,” says Jaime Alonso Gómez, dean of the School of Business. “This significant achievement reflects the strength and dedication of the USD School of Business faculty and staff and underscores the positive impact our program has on students and alumni.”

This year’s rankings are based on feedback from students from the Class of 2015 and alumni who graduated between 2006 and 2009. The USD Professional MBA program ranked first in San Diego, fourth among all schools in the state of California and 13th among all schools in the United States, out of a total of 177 schools on the list.

The Professional MBA program, formerly called the Evening MBA program, recently launched a hybrid format which allows students to study at their own pace off-campus via distance learning while also retaining face-to-face contact with faculty and peers through a once a month meeting on the USD campus.

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