Best Part-Time MBA Programs 2016

Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley was ranked No. 1 among the best part-time MBA programs in the nation, according to the 2016 U.S. News Part-time MBA (Master of Business Administration) ranking, which is based on five factors:
- Average peer assessment score (50 percent of the overall score).
- Average GMAT score and GRE scores of part-time MBA students entering in the fall of 2014 (15 percent).
- Average undergraduate GPA (5 percent).
- Work experience (15 percent).
- The percentage of the fall 2014 MBA enrollment that is part-time (15 percent).

The Fox School of Business’ Part-Time MBA program earned the highest ranking it has ever attained, reaching No. 20 in U.S. News 2016 rankings. The Fox School Part-Time MBA improved 33 places, from No. 53 in last year’s report. It is also the highest-ranked part-time MBA in the Greater Philadelphia region.

The Part-time (Flex) MBA Program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary made one of the ranking’s biggest leaps this year coming in at 35th in the nation, up 22 spots from last year’s ranking.

John C. NavinThe Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Business part-time MBA improved 31 slots in the rankings to No. 153 from a year ago. SIUE tied with seven other institutions at 153: Iowa State University, New Mexico State University, Providence College, University of Nevada-Reno, New Hampshire University, University of Tulsa and University of Washington-Tacoma.