U. S. News & World Report recognized two online graduate programs at the Marshall School in its newly released 2022 rankings.
Marshall’s online MBA program (OMBA) has been ranked #1 in the country, rising from the #4 slot in 2021.
The #1 ranking is a three-way tie between Marshall, Indiana University, Bloomington’s Kelley School of Business, and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Marshall’s online Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management has also again been ranked #1 for the best graduate business program (excluding MBA). It is also tied for the slot with Indiana’s Kelley School for the same category. The MSGSCM is part of the Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute.
The top rankings reflect early investments in online course design, pedagogy, staff and technology. Marshall was an early leader in creating in-house capabilities to enhance online learning.
“While no individual ranking alone can capture the full quality of all of our programs, this recognition speaks to the hard work, dedication, and academic excellence of students, faculty, and staff here at Marshall,” said Suh-Pyng Ku, vice dean for graduate programs, and professor of clinical finance and business economics.
“I would like to thank and recognize Professor Miriam Burgos, OMBA academic director; Phil Griego, OMBA assistant dean and program director; and Professor Nick Vyas, academic director for the Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management; all the high-performing members of the OMBA and MSGSCM program teams; and all contributors for their outstanding work and dedication to our students and our programs."
Read more about Marshall's recent undergraduate rankings here.