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USD MBA Program Makes Major Leap Up in Bloomberg Businessweek Rankings

Bloomberg Businessweek's newest rankings for MBA programs has seen USD rise to 60th in the nation, seventh in California and first in San Diego.Bloomberg Businessweek's newest rankings for MBA programs has seen USD rise to 60th in the nation, seventh in California and first in San Diego.

The University of San Diego’s MBA degree is ranked among the top 100 programs in the United States, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. USD’s MBA program leaped an impressive 21 spots from last year to 60th in the nation, seventh in California, and first in San Diego by one of the nation’s preeminent business publications.

The University of San Diego MBA performed particularly well in entrepreneurship, quality of student learning and networking, ranking 32nd in the U.S. for entrepreneurship, 49th for student learning and 51st for networking.

USD’s MBA program offers coursework co-designed with corporate partners to provide the expertise employers are looking for in their executive hires. The program also offers small class sizes, consulting projects with major organizations around the world and a cohort format to help students make lifelong professional and personal connections with faculty and classmates.

“This recognition is a tribute to the success of our graduates and the student centric passion of our faculty and staff,” said University of San Diego School of Business Dean, Jaime Gomez. “Our robust learning environment includes small classes, cutting-edge curriculum, global networking opportunities, entrepreneurship training and support, and multiple international learning opportunities; it definitely catapults our graduates for sustained success in the business world.”

The University of San Diego Full-Time MBA program can be completed in 17 or 22 months.

For more information, visit www.sandiego.edu/mba

— Pamela Gray Payton

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Pamela Gray Payton
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(619) 260-4681