The Eller College of Management has retained its top 10 status as an elite Online MBA program in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report rankings.
In the rankings, released January 26, 2021, Eller’s Online MBA program is ranked #10 overall, #7 among publics and #7 as best for Veterans. The rankings included 324 colleges that offer an online MBA program and were calculated by weighting student engagement, peer assessment, quality of faculty, selectivity and technology.
Eller’s Online MBA is also ranked for its specialty in Finance, which comes in at #19 overall and #11 among publics.
Eller’s MISOnline also retains its top 10 status, now ranked #6 overall, #3 among publics and #4 for Veterans.
Additionally, Eller’s undergraduate online bachelor’s program appeared for the first time in the rankings, debuting at #6 overall and among publics. One-hundred-forth-three programs were evaluated for the undergraduate ranking.
“We’ve seen so many changes in online education in recent years, especially in 2020, and more changes will come,” says Paulo Goes, dean and Halle Chair in Leadership at Eller. “The Eller College has a long tradition of innovation and ‘thinking outside the box, and the newest U.S. News & World Report ranking validates our approach to continually enhancing business education. It’s also a testament to the amazing efforts of our talented faculty, staff, students and alumni.”