Rawls College Ranked Top 3 in Best Business Schools 2015 Ranking

The graduate school at the Rawls College ranked third nationally in survey by College Atlas.

The graduate school at Texas Tech University’s Rawls College of Business was ranked third nationally in College Atlas’ A-List: Best Business Schools 2015 rankings.

“We are delighted by this recognition from College Atlas, as it reflects the commitment of the Rawls faculty and staff to delivering a high-quality MBA program at an affordable cost to our students,” said Lance Nail, Rawls College dean. “The recognition also confirms that our college’s decision to restructure the program with greater academic rigor and professionalism is what recruiters truly want.”

The rankings assessed each school’s affordability, academic quality, accessibility, GMAT average and job placement rate.

"The Rawls College is a rising star nationally, and that is a direct result of the leadership of Dean Lance Nail and the faculty, staff and students in the college," President M. Duane Nellis said.

The result of the assessment showed schools with the best academic and economic value to its students.

“The MBA program at Texas Tech has changed significantly in the past two years, and the effects of those changes are starting to show in various polls,” said William Pasewark, associate dean of graduate programs and research at Rawls College. “This ranking includes Texas Tech with an outstanding group of universities.”

For more information on the MBA program visit the Rawls College Graduate and Professional Programs website.

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Rawls College of Business

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The Rawls College of Business accounts for about 25 percent of Texas Tech graduates.

The college has a full-time teaching staff of roughly 100 in seven academic areas: accounting; energy, economics and law; finance; health organization management; information systems and quantitative sciences; management; and marketing.

The college offers an accredited weekend MBA for Working Professionals program.

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