U.S. News & World Report ranks Clarkson University Online MBA Program in Nation’s Top-100

As online learning continues to grow and expand, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Clarkson University’s online MBA program as one of the top-100 in the nation. This year, the program has also been ranked in the top 60 Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans.

Clarkson’s David D. Reh School of Business offers several online degrees including a master of business administration (MBA), a master of business administration in healthcare management (HMBA), a master of science in healthcare data analytics, and a master of science in supply chain management. You can also earn an advanced certificate in business or healthcare management.

U.S. News released its 2022 rankings of the Best Online MBA Programs, saying these schools are “the best online master’s degree programs in business administration, based on factors such as student engagement, admissions selectivity, reputation for excellence among peer institutions, and academic and career support services offered to students.”

The report also ranked Clarkson in the top-90 best online business graduate programs (non-MBA) in the nation for 2022.

“This is a recognition of the exceptional value that our online programs offer to working professionals seeking to further their leadership capabilities. Our online programs are unique, in that they combine the flexibility of the delivery mode with a rigorous learning experience crafted to each individual and delivered by world-renowned experts,” said Diego Nocetti, Interim Dean of the Reh School of Business.

“The online MBA landscape becomes more competitive each year, with more and more institutions seeking this prestigious recognition. We are proud of our consistent outcome of being in the top 25% of ranked programs,” says Joshua LaFave, Director, Graduate Business Programs. 

The opportunity to study online is vital, especially now. By leveraging information technology with online programs, Clarkson’s Reh School connects students and faculty by providing an experience equal to being on campus in the classroom.


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