Eduniversal recognizes top quality of UTSA master’s programs
(May 2, 2017) -- Eduniversal, a Paris-based global ranking agency specializing in higher education, has recognized four graduate degree programs at The University of Texas at San Antonio in its 2017 rankings of best master’s programs and best M.B.A. programs.
Eduniversal ranked UTSA the No. 24 best Master’s of Arts in Communication program in the U.S. and Canada. The UTSA M.A. in Communication offers students advanced study in communication, with courses focused on new media, health, and organizational and small group communication. The program’s integrated communication approach teaches students how to apply research, think critically and excel as leaders in the global workforce.
Additionally, Eduniversal has ranked two UTSA M.B.A. programs among the top 40 in the U.S. and Canada. The M.B.A. in Project Management and M.B.A. in Information Systems programs ranked Nos. 36 and 38 by the ratings agency, respectively. Eduniversal also ranked the university’s M.B.A. in Real Estate Finance among the top 100 programs of its kind worldwide.
The UTSA College of Business trains business professionals, managers, executive leaders and wealth creators by providing students with technical and professional skills that can be implemented immediately in the workplace in high-demand areas. Its three M.B.A. programs include a general M.B.A., an Executive M.B.A. and a dual M.B.A./Master’s of Public Health Program. The college is also known for robust coursework in cybersecurity, data analytics, entrepreneurship, financial services, and real estate finance and development.
Eduniversal assesses graduate courses worldwide in 30 fields of study. More than 12,000 postgraduate programs are evaluated each year.
The UTSA Graduate School currently offers more than 110 master's, doctoral and graduate certificate programs to more than 4,100 students, including the UTSA graduate program in cybersecurity, which is ranked No. 2 in the nation, and its nationally recognized M.B.A. programs.
Last month, Hispanic Outlook on Higher Education ranked UTSA No. 9 among the nation’s top graduate schools for Hispanics.
UTSA is ranked among the top 400 universities in the world and among the top 100 in the nation, according to Times Higher Education.
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The UTSA community is invited to this town hall meeting to learn more about progress of the Student Success Presidential initiative.Frio Street Building (FS 1.512), Downtown Campus
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