Elon ranks #100 in the 2022 U.S. News “Best Part-time MBA Programs” list.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Elon’s Martha and Spencer Love School of Business among the country’s top business schools for part-time MBAs.
Elon is ranked #100 out of 273 schools in the 2022 “Best Part-time MBA Programs” list.
“The ranking reflects the terrific work by our faculty and staff,” said Raghu Tadepalli, dean of the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business. “As we celebrate our much better ranking compared to last year, we feel our selectivity is the criterion with the highest impact. Simply put, at a time when part-time MBA programs have waived many entrance requirements, we have held firm to our admissions standards and have been rewarded for this by a much higher ranking.”
All the U.S. News rankings are based on in-depth reputation and statistical surveys conducted in fall 2020 and early 2021. The statistical data that schools report to U.S. News are used to compare factors such as enrollment; acceptance rates; GRE and GMAT scores of the most recently enrolled class; student-faculty ratios; amount of research conducted; and career-related information for graduates of business programs, including starting salaries and job placement success upon graduation.
Elon is tied at #100 with California State University-Fullerton.
Other North Carolina universities included among the top 100 part-time MBA programs:
- #22 Wake Forest University
- #73 University of North Carolina-Charlotte
- #73 University of North Carolina-Greensboro
- #85 North Carolina State University
Designed for working professionals from Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Raleigh and beyond, the Elon MBA offers a part-time program with full-time benefits. Students benefit from small class sizes, a curriculum focused on the transfer of course content to practical applications, professional development support, evening classes offered in two locations (Elon and Research Triangle Park), a flexible schedule, and an extraordinary faculty committed to teaching and engaged learning.