USD business program ranked 26th

The University of San Diego’s evening Master of Business Administration program was ranked 26th in the nation by BusinessWeek, the university announced Friday.

Topping the magazine’s ranking of the “Top Part-Time MBA Programs” was Worcester Polytechnic in Massachusetts, followed by UCLA and UC Berkeley.

The ratings were based on surveys of academic quality and student satisfaction.

USD’s evening MBA program received top ratings for teaching quality, caliber of classmates and curriculum. The Catholic university’s undergraduate business program was previously ranked in the top 30 in the nation by BusinessWeek.

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