The University of Memphis Fogelman College of Business and Economics Named To The Princeton Review's 2015 List, "Top 25 Online MBA Programs"
For release: May 22, 2015
The University of Memphis Fogelman College of Business and Economics has earned a spot on The Princeton Review's list of Top 25 online MBA programs for 2015.
Some of the other schools that were featured on this list include the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Indiana University, Arizona State University, University of Florida, Auburn University, and more.
The list is the first ranking of The Princeton Review's online MBA programs. The results are based on both surveys of administrators at the schools and of students enrolled in the schools' online MBAs.
"We are both honored and proud to be named as one of the Top 25 online MBA programs in the country," said Dr. Rajiv Grover, dean of Fogelman College. "The Fogelman College of Business works diligently to maximize the value our students receive with their education. Our online MBA program is fully accredited and provides a relevant education in a flexible format in order to cater to the needs of people in full-time careers and people with busy schedules."
"This honor by the Princeton Review speaks volumes about the faculty, administration, and students at the Fogelman College of Business & Economics. All have worked hard to produce a nationally-recognized, successful program that provides a streamlined curriculum delivered online by top-notch professors at an affordable cost," said Brian Miles, current Online MBA student. "Since starting at Fogelman, I have developed business skills and acumen that are helping to open doors for career advancement and professional development, while continuing to practice law full-time in Florida. I would encourage any busy professional thinking of pursuing an MBA to consider the online program at Fogelman."