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UF MBA programs among US News’ best across the board

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – For the individual who is looking to return to school full time or the professional who is ready to expand their business skillset, UF MBA has a U.S. News & World Report top-ranked program that can assist them in achieving their goals.

According to U.S. News’ 2023 Best Graduate Schools” released Tuesday, for the fourth consecutive year, UF MBA was named among the top 10 U.S. public full-time programs. The UF MBA Executive program also earned a top 10 public ranking, while the UF MBA Weekend Professional program was ranked in the top 20 public part-time programs.

“Education has long been a way for people to transform their careers, and we continue to see graduate management education as a great opportunity for students to scale up in a dynamic economy,” said John Gresley, Assistant Dean and Director of UF MBA. “We’re proud that each of the MBA program format offerings give students the value they are searching for in a degree evidenced by the top ranking in Florida and among the best in the nation.”

The UF MBA Full-Time program is No. 10 among U.S. publics and No. 29 overall, and the UF MBA Weekend Professional program was ranked No. 20 among U.S. publics and No. 32 overall. The UF MBA Executive program, in its second year on U.S. News’ list, is the No. 8 program among U.S. publics and No. 20 program in the nation.

Several factors have contributed to the UF MBA Full-Time program maintaining its top 10 ranking among publics. First, the program’s standard of excellence among its students, who had an undergraduate average GPA of 3.54 and GMAT score of 680. Academic achievements like these are the foundation of the UF MBA Full-Time program class, which has an overall acceptance rate of just 23.9%, making it the No. 6 public program for student selectivity.

Another factor that contributes to UF MBA’s ranking among the best programs is its efforts in assisting students find and secure jobs at some of the world’s top companies. The Class of 2021 set new career placement records with 91.3% of students employed at the time of graduation and 97.8% of students employed three months after graduation. These students also earned an average starting salary and bonus of about $125,000.

Multiple business specialties at UF MBA were also ranked, all of which were among the top 15 public programs in the United States:

  • Finance – No. 5 U.S. publics; No. 27 overall
  • Marketing – No. 6 U.S. publics; No. 15 overall
  • Real Estate – No. 7 U.S. publics; No. 12 overall
  • Accounting – No. 8 U.S. publics; No. 22 overall
  • Management – No. 12 U.S. publics; No. 30 overall
  • Information Systems – No. 14 U.S. publics; No. 18 overall

U.S. News and World Report decides its list of top graduate schools in the nation through a combination of objective measures including a placement success, student selectivity and a reputational assessment. To determine the “2023 Best Graduate Schools” list, all 493 MBA programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) were surveyed in fall 2021 and early 2022.

In addition to UF MBA’s top rankings for its Full-Time, Weekend Professional and Executive programs, U.S. News & World Report ranked the UF MBA Online program among the top 5 national online programs for the tenth consecutive year. On its “2022 Best Online MBA Programs” list, U.S. News ranked UF MBA No. 3 among U.S. publics and No. 5 in the nation as well as the No. 1 online program for veterans.

Discover which UF MBA program is right for you by requesting information from our Admissions team today.