UTSA master's programs recognized by Eduniversal International committee
(Jan. 16, 2014) -- Seven graduate programs at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) are ranked among the Best Masters Ranking 2013-2014 by the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee. This is the third consecutive year the seven graduate programs have been included in the Top 100 programs in their categories.
The rankings were based on an annual survey of master's and M.B.A. programs in the top 1,000 business schools in 153 countries. Two programs received international recognition and five were recognized nationally:
- M.B.A. Real Estate Finance -- No. 71
- M.B.A. Tourism Destination Development -- No. 92
North American ranking
- Master of Public Administration -- No. 16
- Master of Arts Degree in Communication -- No. 23
- M.B.A. Information Systems -- No. 24
- M.B.A. Management of Technology/M.B.A. Project Management -- No. 30
- International M.B.A. -- No. 31
The survey evaluates programs based on three criteria: 1. reputation of the program; 2. salary of the first employment of the graduates; and 3. satisfaction of the students.
"How pleased UTSA is that our seven programs have been selected again for this honor," said Dorothy Flannagan, UTSA vice provost and dean of the Graduate School.
UTSA engineering and business graduate programs are ranked No. 5 and No. 8 respectively for Hispanic students by Hispanic Business magazine. Additionally, Times Higher Education has ranked UTSA as one of the Top 100 universities under 50 years old for two consecutive years.
For more information about UTSA graduate programs, visit The Graduate School website.
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