The graduate Management Information Systems (MIS) program in the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona has retained its #3 overall ranking in the 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools Rankings, released today, and comes in at #1 among public universities.
Additionally, the Master of Science in Business Analytics, offered through the top-ranked MIS department, has debuted in the new U.S. News ranking as #21 overall and #10 among publics.
Eller’s Master of Science in Economics also advanced in this year’s ranking, moving to #40 overall, #19 among publics.
Other Eller rankings include:
- Eller’s Full-time MBA is ranked #64 overall and #34 among publics.
- Eller’s Evening MBA program is ranked #51 overall and #30 among publics.
- Eller’s graduate entrepreneurship program is ranked at #21 overall and #6 among publics.
- Eller’s graduate program in Accounting is ranked #28 overall and #13 among publics.
“We are pleased that our graduate MIS program has again been recognized as an elite degree in the nation by U.S. News & World Report,” says Paulo Goes, Eller Dean and Halle Chair in Leadership. “This significant achievement reflects the strength and dedication of Eller faculty and staff and underscores the positive impact our programs have on students and alumni.”
This year’s rankings are based on peer and recruiter assessments as well as placement success, employment rates and selectivity. The Full-time MBA ranking also included average GMAT scores.