Master of Business Administration

JMU MBA ranked top 25 by Princeton Review 2021


by Lauren Perpetua

 
Graduate student receiving diploma from President Alger at 2018 winter commencement

by Lauren Perpetua

For the third year in a row, The Princeton Review has ranked JMU’s Information Security MBA program among the top 25 of the "Top 50 Online MBA Programs" in the world in 2021. To develop rankings, the Princeton Review utilizes a combination of institutional and student survey data, including career outcomes, technological infrastructure, academic rigor, cost, and affordability. 

JMU MBA Programs offer full time working professionals the ability to earn their degree while working together in a small, diverse cohort of about 30 students who enjoy the benefits of having both online and in-person class sessions.

“We are pleased to be ranked as one of the top online MBA programs in the nation once again,” said MBA program director Matt Rutherford. “In the past year, our program has grown; however, we remain committed to student engagement by having small class sizes, frequent interaction between students and faculty, and a cohort model that allows students to build a network. It is a pleasure to work with our talented students, and we love to see how the JMU MBA program aids them in their progression in their careers and personal lives.”

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Published: Monday, December 14, 2020

Last Updated: Friday, May 21, 2021

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