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Olemis MBA Program Ranked in Top 50 Nationwide

The 2021-22 MBA Class Officer (from left) is Cole Barnhill, Vice President of Communications and PR at Union, Kentucky. Rebecca Earo, Vice President of Community Services in Nigeria, Lagos and Yaba. Maia Dooly, Vice President of Recruitment for Biloxi. Elizabeth Tettleton Mason, President of Oxford. Tupelo, Vice President of Treasury, Anna Gregory; Vice President of Social Events at Memphis, Wilgentry. The university’s MBA program is ranked among the top 50 public institutions in the country by the US News & World Report.Submitted photo

Oxford, Mississippi – The Master of Business Administration Program at the University of Mississippi is recognized by the US News & World Report as one of the best programs in the United States. In the rankings announced today (March 29th), Oremis is ranked 44th among public universities and is tied to 82nd overall with three ties.

UM is ranked 82nd with Case Western Reserve University and Pepperdine University. Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Southeastern Conference University in Kentucky, Auburn, Louisiana, and Texas A & M University are also ranked in the Top 50 Public Institutions.

“We are excited about this recognition of the MBA program, which reflects outstanding education and the value of a degree,” said Ken Cyree, Dean of the UM Faculty of Business Administration. “We have dedicated our efforts to creating the best possible face-to-face experience for students who spend a year advancing business education.

“This ranking shows the dedication of faculty, staff and alumni who are dedicated to providing excellent graduate education that creates opportunities for students to succeed in their careers.”

According to a US news release, the MBA program has more enrollments than any other type of graduate degree program in the country. Future students often focus their research exclusively on programs that award MBAs.

To support their efforts, the publication has compiled an annual ranking of campus and online MBA programs. This year’s campus ranking includes 134 schools nationwide.

“This ranking reflects our deep and ongoing commitment to excellence among our faculty, students and graduates,” said Walter Davis, faculty director of the MBA program.

Each year, US News ranks business, education, engineering, law, medicine, and nursing college programs, including disciplines in each discipline. Rankings in these areas are based on two types of data: expert opinion on program excellence and statistical indicators that measure the quality of school teachers, researchers and students.

From fall 2021 to early 2022, US News collected data from 493 institutions with a US master’s-level business program accredited by AACSB International, an organization widely regarded as the gold standard for business school accreditation. I investigated.

In the 2022 edition, US News ranked MBA programs using five categories: Student Engagement, Expert Opinion, Teacher Qualifications and Training, Student Excellence, and Student Services and Technology.

“Our campus program includes a comprehensive 36-hour curriculum that enables students to acquire important business concepts and knowledge,” said Ashley McGee, director of the MBA program. In addition to this, there is a supportive MBA Graduation Committee that emphasizes professional development.

“In addition to the knowledge gained in the classroom, out-of-class networking equates to an outstanding career opportunity for the MBA.”