USF MBA Program Rankings

The University of San Francisco (USF) is a highly regarded and selective university located in the U.S. state of California, consistently placed in the top tier of National Universities by U.S. News and World Report.

It offers the Full-Time, Part-Time, Intensive One-Year and Intensive Part-Time MBA. Areas of Emphasis include Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, and Marketing. The Full-Time MBA requires 28 units of foundational core courses and 28 elective units. It can be completed in less than 24 months. It also offers an MBA for Executives program (designed for experienced managers, executives, and entrepreneurs), and an MBA CAP (Career Advantage Program). This MBA CAP is an evening, part-time program which can be completed within two years.

The USF MBA program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). The program is open to applicant with bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, regardless of undergraduate major field of study.

Rankings:

- The MBA program is ranked 6th for business schools with the greatest opportunities for minority students (The Princeton Review 2006).

- The School of Business and Management is placed among the Global 100 Top MBA programs that incorporate social and environmental issues into the training of future business leaders, according to the Aspen Institute's Beyond Grey Pinstripes 2007-2008 annual survey.

- Placed in the Top 25 Entrepreneurial Colleges for Graduates by Entrpreneur magazine and The Princeton Review, 2006.

- The MBA is rated 6th for business schools with the greatest opportunities for minority students (The Princeton Review 2006).

- The Entrepreneurship Program is ranked in the Top Tier of the top 100 university and college entrepreneurship programs from among the more than 1000 programs surveyed by Entrepreneur Magazine for 2005.

- The Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive Study ranked the USF MBA program among the Best 100 in the world for 2004.

- The MBA program is placed among the best 143 business schools in the world. (The Princeton Review 2005). It is also ranked among the top 5 business schools with the greatest opportunities for minority students.

- The university is placed among the Top 25 of America’s Most Entrepreneurial Campuses (Forbes.com & The Princeton Review, 2004).