Lee Business School Breaks “Top 60” in Bloomberg Businessweek Part-Time MBA Program Ranking

Oct. 27, 2015

The UNLV Lee Business School part-time MBA program climbed 14 positions to #58 in the nation in the recently released Bloomberg Businessweek “2015 Best Business Schools” ranking.  Up from #72 in 2013, the Lee Business School surpassed other well-respected part-time programs, including: DePaul, George Washington, Pepperdine, North Eastern, Fordham, Chapman and Drexel. 

Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2015 part-time MBA rankings are based on the results of satisfaction surveys provided to MBA alumni and students. Students surveyed by Bloomberg Businessweek answered questions about program quality, effectiveness of career services, responsiveness of faculty and administrators and other factors. Alumni were asked about their job satisfaction, the amount their pay increased after the MBA program, and their personal reflections on their experience in the program.

“We are proud to be recognized as a top part-time MBA program, especially considering the importance the survey placed on responses from our students and alumni,” said Lee Business School Dean, Brent Hathaway.   

For more information about the Lee Business School part-time MBA program, visit http://business.unlv.edu/mba/ or contact Dr. Chin-Chun (Vincent) Hsu, MBA director, at vincent.hsu@unlv.edu

Visit http://www.bloomberg.com/features/2015-best-business-schools/ for the full Bloomberg Businessweek ranking.