Stetson Online MBA Ranked Among Top Programs in the Country
The Stetson Online MBA Program at the Mercer University – Eugene W. Stetson School of Business & Economics was recently ranked among the top online programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
The business school’s online MBA tied for the 78th slot in the U.S. News’ ranking of more than 250 online MBA programs throughout the country. The ranking is determined by evaluating data related strictly to the school’s online MBA program. For 2017, such factors included student engagement, peer reputation, faculty credentials and training, admissions selectivity and student services technology.
The Online MBA program at Stetson uses interactive technology to offer each student an engaging and dynamic learning experience. Designed for working professionals trying to further their business and leadership skills, the program allows students to utilize both online and in-person access to the the Stetson faculty and campus resources.
Stetson School of Business Dean, Dr. Susan P. Gilbert, commented on the accomplishment: “We are delighted that our two-year-old online MBA has been recognized in U.S. News. I know that our students have been pleased with the program, especially faculty quality and accessibility, equivalent to what they would expect in any of our programs.” Gilbert also acknowledged that such a ranking makes Stetson the highest-ranked program for a private institution in Georgia.
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