Entrepreneurship doesn't require a MBA from Rice University, but Dean Peter Rodriguez wants to make sure that the students who do pass through the halls of the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business are well prepared for creating a successful company.
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.
- Best Online MBA Programs: tied for No. 12 (tied for No. 20 last year).
- Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans: tied for No. 10 (No. 14 last year).
- Best Online Business Analytics MBA Programs: tied for No. 10 (tied for No. 12 last year).
- Best Online General Management MBA Programs: tied for No. 7 (tied for No. 11 last year).
In addition, Rice Business rose 22 spots in the Online Master’s in Computer Information Technology Programs category, tying for No. 27 after being tied for No. 49 last year.
“We use the same professors to deliver the same rigorous, high-touch MBA in our online MBA as we do in all our campus-based programs,” said Rice Business Dean Peter Rodriguez. “The strong national rankings recognize our success in reaching highly talented working professionals who don’t live near enough to our campus or for whom an online program is the best option.”
Designed using extensive research on how online MBA students learn best, Rice Business’ purpose-built digital campus creates a collaborative space to advance a student’s education and connect with accomplished business leaders from around the world. To learn more about MBA@Rice, click here.