Wright State University’s online M.B.A. program has been ranked among the nation’s best by Fortune Education Hub, a new online platform launched by Fortune magazine for people looking to upskill and advance their careers.
The hub ranked Wright State’s online M.B.A. program No. 50 out of the 104 programs that completed Fortune’s questionnaire. More than 200 online programs were invited to participate.
Fortune Education said its recommendations and rankings are based not just on historical reputations of offering institutions, but also on a deep knowledge of and research into the skills that business needs. The rankings were shaped by data from the questionnaires, including the academic strength of incoming students, along with information collected from hiring managers and business professionals.
Wright State’s Master of Business Administration Program develops managers and leaders whose understanding and vision encompass the total organization. Graduates work effectively within and across functional areas and understand the entire organization and its environment.
Raj Soin College of Business faculty members are recognized in academia for their research and selected by businesses for consultation. In addition, the College of Business has modern and fully integrated classroom technology as well as state-of-the-art online learning infrastructure.
“We have faculty with real-world work experience in the Department of Defense, startup ventures and the corporate world,” said John Martin, professor in the Department of Management and International Business. “Thus our students get a phenomenal combination of theory, real-world application of coursework, not to mention access to professors who are publishing research in cutting-edge, high-quality journals.”
Students may complete their M.B.A. on campus, online or both and choose whether to enroll full- or part-time. Ten different fields of concentration enable students to customize their studies to their professional needs.
“We are able to offer a high-quality M.B.A. program at a very affordable tuition,” said Thomas Traynor, dean of the Raj Soin College of Business. “And our program provides the flexibility needed by professionals, resulting in large and growing numbers of professionals selecting it for their graduate studies in business administration.”
Martin said the faculty and staff pride themselves in terms of student accessibility.
“Students know they can reach out to faculty whether they are deployed overseas or juggling work and family responsibilities at home,” he said. “This, along with faculty collectively possessing expertise in every area of business, makes the Raj Soin College of Business a top choice for hundreds of M.B.A. students.”
The Princeton Review chose the Raj Soin College of Business for its list of “Best Business Schools for 2021” an evaluation of on-campus M.B.A. programs at 244 business schools. The list was based on a combination of institutional and student survey data, including career outcomes, admissions selectivity and academic rigor.