Kenan-Flagler Program Again Ranked Best Online MBA

The Princeton Review has ranked the Kenan-Flagler Business School’s MBA@UNC program the No. 1 online MBA program for a second straight year.

The school launched the pioneering program with 19 students in 2011; today, it has 765 enrolled students from 46 states and 15 countries. MBA@UNC students and graduates report achieving career success, with 76 percent of reporting students receiving a promotion while enrolled in the program and graduates reporting an average $33,000 increase in salary from the time of enrollment to the time of graduation.

MBA@UNC combines collaborative online classes, self-paced coursework and interactive learning in small virtual classes with a maximum of 15 students per live session. To deliver MBA@UNC, the school collaborates with 2U Inc., which provides cloud-based software-as-a-service technology and technology-enabled services to support faculty and students.

The Princeton Review ranked schools based on surveys of 90 institutions offering online MBA programs, about 3,800 students enrolled in the online MBA programs, and graduates of the programs. Criteria focused on academics, selectivity, faculty, technical platforms and career outcomes.


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