Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the William & Mary Flex MBA Program #40 in the nation

  • Moving Up The Ranks
    Moving Up The Ranks  The William & Mary Flex program was ranked the 40th best part-time MBA program by Bloomberg Businessweek, up from the 48 ranking a few years back.  Eric Lusher
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The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary was recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek for having an outstanding part-time MBA program, now ranked 40th best in the nation — up from the #48 position from just two years ago.

“This ranking is a testament to the hard work and effort that our faculty, students and staff have invested in our Flex MBA program,” said Lawrence B. Pulley, Dean of the Mason School of Business.

“We know we have a high-caliber program and that we are delivering value to our students.  It is gratifying to see that confirmed.”

GMAT scores, work experience, class size, and completion rates were among the factors that Businessweek used to categorize the schools in the survey, which were reported by each institution. Graduates also took part in the research, as they were asked to report salary increase and related data.

The Mason School’s Flex MBA program was also recognized for having the 69th best part-time MBA program by U.S. News and World Report earlier this year, and the Mason School was named a Military Friendly school by Victory Media as well.