Fox School Online MBA Rises Again in Princeton Review’s Rankings
Temple University’s Fox School of Business online MBA program continues to receive widespread praise, this time from the Princeton Review.
The Fox School again advanced in the rankings to become one of the three best online MBA programs in the world, climbing two spots from 2015.
Dean Moshe Porat remarked on the program’s multitude of strengths in a recent statement. He said, “The program integrates cutting-edge technology and accredited, high-impact curriculum. It places an emphasis on quality, rigor, and integrity, and applies student feedback to deliver an unmatched experience. This ranking could not have been accomplished without the work of Dr. Darin Kapanjie, the program’s academic director, and our Online and Digital Learning team, which delivers the best advancements in technology to a quality, online-format education”
“The Fox Online MBA program is truly unique, and it is with great pride that another top publication has ranked it among the best in the country and the world.”
The statistics show just how it beat out some of the most renowned international schools to rise to this point in the rankings, and these numbers are a testament to the diversity of its student body.
Fox offers two recruitment programs for minority students – the NSHMBA and the NBMBAA. It had 420 applicants in 2016, with an average age of 35 and an average undergrad GPA of 3.31. Neither a GRE nor a GMAT score is required for entry, and Fox MBAs possess an average of 11 years of work experience.
The Princeton Review surveys students and administrators from more than 90 online global MBA programs. The criteria upon which the ranking is based include graduation and retention rate, career outcomes and professional development, student indebtedness, and admissions selectivity.