U.S. News & World Report ranks CCB’s online Bachelor of Business degree program in the top 6% of U.S. business schools
This us news and world report The recently released 2023 Online Program Rankings rank four programs from Charlton College of Business (CCB) and eight from UMass Dartmouth among the best in the country
Charlton’s online bachelor of business degree program is ranked 12th out of 214 eligible colleges and second among all New England institutions. This marks an increase of 18 places compared to 2022, placing CCB in the top 6% of undergraduate online business schools in the United States.
“This recognition us news and world report Having strong support for CCB’s vision to be a prestigious business school is incredibly encouraging for our School,” said John Williams, Dean of Charlton Business School.
Charlton also scored well for its online graduate programs, with its online MBA program ranked 102nd out of 336 eligible programs and its non-MBA online Master of Business program ranked 63rd out of 224 programs. The CCB ranks the Veterans MBA program 70th, a prestigious distinction for the university that helps keep program costs down for veterans.
“CCB’s mission is to provide accessible, affordable access to quality business education,” said Dean Williams. “We feel we have a responsibility to deliver the highest quality online programs to a wider audience who, for a number of reasons, are unable to attend our campuses.”
Graduate program rankings are based on engagement, expert opinion, faculty credentials and training, services and technology, and student excellence, according to U.S. News & World Report. Only programs accredited by AACSB (the “gold standard” for business schools) are eligible for Graduate School Ranking. Baccalaureate program rankings take into account engagement, services and technology, teacher certification and training, and peer evaluation.
Check out Charlton School of Business’ 20 online courses.