September 10, 2014
“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.
The Jerry S. Rawls College of Business offers extensive undergraduate and graduate programs designed to prepare a diverse student body for successful careers as leaders, managers, executives and innovators in their chosen fields.
Started in 1942 and originally known as the Division of Commerce, the College of Business has grown exponentially over the last 70 years and has an alumni network of more than 46,000 people worldwide.
Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), Rawls College offers undergraduate degrees in six academic areas: Accounting, Energy Commerce, Finance, Information Technology, Management and Marketing and Supply Chain Management. At the graduate level, students can enroll in a wide variety of MBA programs, Master of Science programs, doctoral programs, and graduate and professional certifications.Twitter