UTA College of Business offers competitive Part-Time MBA options, according to US News and World Report

Friday, Apr 19, 2024 • Thomas Johns : thomas.johns@uta.edu

The University of Texas at Arlington Part-Time Master of Business Administration program has been ranked No. 60 out of 269 in 2024, according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate School Rankings.

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The University of Texas at Arlington College of Business "Signs of Life" sculpture - Photography by Jalen Larry

“These new rankings are emblematic of the quality programs that we produce and, further, demonstrate to our students that they receive an education on par with the best programs in the country,” said Harry Dombroski, University of Texas at Arlington College of Business Dean.

The program is ranked No. 7 in Texas and No. 38 for public programs. The UTA Part-Time MBA program also tied with larger universities in the rankings.

“We are privileged to have such a driven staff and student body that continuously sets us apart from many of our peers and keeps us competitive with larger institutions such as Oklahoma State University and the University of Arizona,” Dombroski said. “Our competitive program continues to put the University of Texas at Arlington College of Business on the map for prospective and continuing students from not only the U.S., but the international community as well.”

The Part-Time MBA program at UTA offers students versatile paths to success, not only in concentrations, but also in location and learning mediums, which uniquely sets it apart from other competing programs.

"A special quality of the UTA Part-Time MBA is the level of flexibility we provide our students. An MBA student can choose from 13 different areas of concentration, take classes in-person at our Arlington or Fort Worth Campuses, or choose to complete their degree with online options,” said Dr. Fernando Jaramillo, University of Texas at Arlington College of Business Associate Dean of Students and Programs. “We are very proud to deliver a quality degree in the location and modality that best suits the needs of our students."

U.S. News & World Report uses a number of factors in ranking universities’ part-time M.B.A. programs, including average peer assessment, entrance exams, grade point average, and work experience. To see the full methodology visit Methodology: 2024 Best Part-Time MBA Rankings (usnews.com).

For the full US News and World Report Part-Time MBA Rankings, visit https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-business-schools/part-time-rankings.