Best Part-Time MBA Programs 2015

The University of California-​Berkeley Evening & Weekend MBA Program ranked No. 1 again among part-time programs, according to the 2015 US News & World Report's list of "America's Best Graduate Schools". The part-time ranking is derived 50% from peer assessment (business school deans and MBA program directors); 15% from average GMAT/GRE; 5% from average undergraduate GPA; 15% from work experience; and 15% from the percentages of overall MBA enrollment that is part-time.

Emory University's Part-Time/Evening MBA was rated 11th nationally, moving up 3 spots from its position in last year's ranking.

Boston University School of Management's part-time program ranked 34th on the list of the “Best Part-Time MBA Programs. In addition, the School's Health Sector MBA remained 11th overall.

William & Mary's Mason School of Business saw a jump in the ranking of their part-time MBA program, rising 12 places to 57th in the survey.

Duquesne University's Donahue Graduate School of Business was recognized as one of the top part-time MBA programs in the country, ranking No. 125 by US News.

The Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University also received high marks for its part-time MBA program, which received a ranking of No. 154.