Creighton’s part-time MBA program named among country’s Top 50 by U.S. News & World Report
Creighton University’s part-time MBA program has been named among the country’s top-50 programs according to the U.S. News & World Report 2023 Best Graduate Schools rankings.
Earning an MBA from Creighton University's Heider College of Business is a fantastic step that will open doors in any career. The University’s program accommodates busy lives, helps create critical thinkers, ethical decision-makers and effective leaders. People respect a Creighton MBA, which translates to greater earning potential and serious ROI.
Additionally, Creighton faculty and staff strive each day to understand our students’ needs and to help them meet their goals in the most flexible, engaging, and immediately applicable manner possible.
Creighton’s MBA program can be customized allowing students the flexibility they need to reach their personal goals. With multiple learning options available, students can earn an MBA by completing courses online, on campus or a combination of both. Best of all, the 33-credit Creighton MBA can be completed in just over two years, putting students on the career fast-track.
Creighton's program ranks #48. Only degree-granting programs at accredited institutions offering courses entirely online were considered. U.S. News & World Report used reputation, student engagement, faculty credentials and training, student excellence, technology and other factors to determine its rankings. The rankings also included peer review data based on schools’ evaluations of each other.
Nearly 9,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students of various ages come to Creighton for our nationally ranked programs and reputable education. In addition, the Heider College of Business is celebrating 100 years of graduating business leaders around the globe. When you consider our rich history, mission and Jesuit values and combine that with U.S. News & World Report’s rankings, you can see why so many graduate degree seekers choose Creighton.