Rice’s MBA for Executives program in Top 50 of Women’s Magazine
December 13, 2007 — Rice University's MBA for Executives program at the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management appeared in a listing of the Top 50 MBA programs for Executive MBAs named by WOMEN 3.0 magazine. The selected MBA programs represent superior executive MBA degrees with excellent flex schedules for working executives.
In the Rice Executive MBA program, women represent 25 percent of the Class of 2009. Rice Executive students also benefit from opportunities offered by the National Association of Women MBAs, which is headquartered at the
“Rice is thrilled to be recognized for offering a diverse and flexible MBA for Executives program which accommodates the busy lives of our students,” said Lina Y. Bell, director of the MBA for Executives program.
WOMEN 3.0 magazine, the premier source for business, investing, and wealth-building resource for women, provides information for and about women-owned businesses and corporate leaders, and women-related business news and trends.
To succeed in the ranking, the school had to offer an executive MBA degree that was heavily focused in one of the following areas: Accounting, Operations, Marketing, Management and Finance. Additional criteria included a strong executive MBA program faculty, a wide variety of electives, proximity to strong business-hub cities, and a flexible schedule for its working student/executives.
The listing will appear in the February/March 2008 issue of WOMEN 3.0.