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Clinical Professor of Finance and Richardson Faculty Fellow Brian Gendreau.

UF MBA Executive program ranked No. 3 among publics in Southeastern US

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The UF MBA Executive program was named the No. 3 program among publics on Ivy Exec’s “2020 Best Executive MBA Programs” Southeast regional rankings. The program ranked No. 9 overall in the Southeast, and No. 44 in the world, a 17-place jump from last year.

Ivy Exec also compiles regional rankings based on additional program characteristics. In the Southeast, the UF MBA Executive program was ranked in the top 20 among all categories.

  • Global Experience – No. 5 overall; No. 1 among publics
  • Prestige – No. 12 overall; No. 5 among publics
  • Career Advancement – No. 12 overall; No. 6 among publics
  • Curriculum – No. 15 overall; No. 8 among publics
  • Life Balance – No. 18 overall; No. 12 among publics

Ivy Exec based its rankings on the survey results of almost 6,000 participants from the Ivy Exec professional community.

The UF MBA Executive program was also named among the top 25 programs in North America by QS in its “2019 Global EMBA Rankings.”

Students from the UF MBA Executive program also affirm the program’s top-notch quality. Executive MBA Class of 2019 member Catisha Turner said she completed the program as “undoubtedly a stronger leader,” and Class of 2020 member Leah Stokes said since her first weekend in the program, she “was directly contributing more to my team at work.”

UF MBA’s Executive program attracts executives from Fortune 500 companies as well as innovative, midsize companies for a rigorous experience designed to enhance managerial skills and impart industry knowledge necessary for leadership in today’s global business community.