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Rice Business is in the top 10 in eight categories in the Princeton Review’s newly released specialty business school rankings for 2023. The latest accolades come on the heels of the school’s fourth straight No. 1 entrepreneurship ranking and second straight No. 4 online MBA ranking.

February 02
In The Media

Rice University's online MBA program has something to brag about. According to a new report, the program has risen through the ranks of other online MBA curriculums.

January 30
In The Media

Although MBA applications dropped slightly in 2022, several top business schools in the U.S. achieved gender parity in admissions. Rice Business MBA students Ashley Ward and Ashleigh Rogers are quoted.

January 27
In The Media

Limiting cell phone use in classrooms may be one issue that can unite parents, school administrators and politicians from both sides of the aisle. Rice Business marketing professor Vikas Mittal contributes this opinion piece to The Hill.

January 26
In The Media

Rice University's new online hybrid MBA Program is the result of research into the needs and desires of prospective business school students.

January 25
In The Media

MBA salaries and bonuses were at record or near-record levels for the Class of 2022. Rice Business had a 14.9% increase in starting salaries in the last year.

January 25
School Updates

MBA@Rice, the online program at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business, climbed higher in four categories in the latest edition of U.S News & World Report’s Best Online Programs rankings out today.

January 24
In The Media

Rice Business will welcome its first cohort of students in the new hybrid Master of Business Administration program, the first one in Texas, this summer.

January 24
In The Media

The Hybrid MBA at Rice Business will be the first of its kind in Texas, requiring students to attend on-campus lessons just one weekend per month.

January 23
In The Media

A Houston-area university will soon offer a new hybrid Master of Business Administration program, allowing for a flexible learning style. Beginning over the summer, the program will allow working professionals to pursue the master’s degree with a flexible schedule.

January 19