Housed under the University’s Mayes College of Healthcare and Business Policy, the MBA program was named a tier one program
among other competing programs across the U.S. in a list published in the January issue of CEO Magazine.
The forum’s rankings are based on key performance indicators considered to be of interest and value to potential students. International diversity, class sizes, student work experience, faculty-to-student ratios, and faculty qualifications – both academic and professional – are given considerable weight.
“One of our program’s greatest strengths is its flexible offerings, which are tailored to working professionals,” said Andrew Peterson
, PharmD, PhD, dean of Mayes College. “We offer both evening and online course, plus the opportunity to switch between formats, to help accommodate changing family and work obligations, and learning needs.”
According to a recent survey of USciences’ MBA graduates, nearly 80 percent had jobs waiting for them upon graduation, 72 percent earn more than $75,000 a year, and 70 percent received at least one promotion, or had changed jobs for a higher one, since graduating from the program.