The University of San Diego’s part-time M.B.A. program has been ranked 17th in the country, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s latest ranking.
“Our consistently strong performance in Bloomberg Businessweek’s M.B.A. rankings is proof that the excellence of our program is being widely recognized,” said David Pyke, dean of USD’s School of Business Administration.
USD’s program ranked ninth in student satisfaction.
San Diego has two other schools on the list – University of California, San Diego's Rady School of Business is 23rd and San Diego State University is ranked 62nd.
In compiling the rankings, Businessweek uses three elements -- academic quality including GMAT scores, class sizes and completion rates; an alumni survey and a goals measure looking at how the M.B.A. program met the students’ career objectives.
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The opening of the Cymer Ideation Space and Donald's Garage on April 10 signaled the completion of the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering's first phase of growth. The school plans to increase its undergraduate enrollment, add a master's program and continue to expand its physical footprint in the coming years.
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