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UIC Business Part-Time MBA Ascends in National Rankings

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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The UIC Business part-time MBA program moved up 19 places from last year in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report's ranking of the best part-time graduate business administration programs. The program is tied with Purdue University, George Mason University, and University of North Carolina - Charlotte.

“The rise in positioning of our part-time MBA program is a reflection of recent top-tier faculty hiring and our commitment to our students’ success,” said Michael Mikhail, dean of the College of Business Administration.  “Our combination of curriculum innovation and world-class faculty results in a high-value return on investment.

“We appreciate the need for flexibility, especially in today’s demanding and ever-changing business environment, and we offer our students program options at a convenient Chicago location.”

The MBA is a practical management degree that provides students with a solid foundation in the core aspects of business and management. Students can customize their degree from among a dozen concentrations or work toward a combined MBA/MS in accounting, business analytics or management information systems. The program allows students to take classes during the day, at night or on Saturdays. Students set their own pace and can finish the program in as little as 18 months — or as long as five years. More information can be found here.