UNC Charlotte’s MBA has once again been recognized as a top program in the country. CEO Magazine has ranked the Belk College of Business’ MBA in its “Tier 1” for North American universities in the newly released 2016 CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings.
CEO Magazine examines the nuts and bolts of an MBA: the learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender makeup and more. Their objective is to identify schools which marry exceptional quality with great ROI. Other universities with programs in the top tier include Georgetown University, the College of William and Mary, and Pepperdine University.
"We are proud to be recognized as a ‘Tier 1’ MBA program by CEO Magazine. This accolade represents the accomplishments of our students and alumni and the growth and reputation of the MBA program in the Belk College of Business,” said Dean Steven Ott. “I'm proud of our faculty and staff and their commitment to excellence for the MBA program and our phenomenal students."
Based at UNC Charlotte Center City, the University’s MBA has also been ranked among the top programs in the nation by both U.S. News and Businessweek. With more than 300 enrolled students, UNC Charlotte’s MBA program offers the flexibility to complete the degree full-time in less than 17 months or part-time in as little as two years. Offering concentrations in such thriving industries as energy, commercial banking, real estate, finance and business analytics, the MBA program allows students to design an individualized program that realizes their professional goals.
For more on CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings 2016, visit http://ceo-mag.com/rankings-category/global-mba-rankings/.
For information on the UNC Charlotte MBA program, visit mba.uncc.edu.