U.S. News & World Report Ranks Fairfield University Among Best Online Programs
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (February 10, 2024)¬— Fairfield University’s graduate business programs have been ranked among the 2024 Best Online Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
The Dolan School of Business specialty programs (excluding MBA) jumped 7 spots to #68 (T) in the Best Online Master’s in Business Programs category.
“It is not surprising that our online masters programs have gone up in the ranking as the same dedicated faculty teach online to similar small classes, as in our established on-campus programs,” said Anca Micu, senior associate dean and professor of marketing. “The ability we have to teach and career-coach our students on a personal level— including online— drives our great student outcomes.”
According to U.S. News, “This year’s edition evaluates more than 1,600 online bachelor’s and master’s degree programs using metrics specific to online learning. The rankings only include degree-granting programs offered primarily online by regionally accredited institutions.”
U.S. News & World Report’s 2023-2024 Best Graduate Schools rankings, included Fairfield Dolan’s Finance, Marketing, and Business Analytics programs among the Top 20 in the U.S., and Fairfield Dolan’s Accounting program maintained a high ranking of #26 nationally. In the state of Connecticut, Dolan’s Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, and Marketing programs were ranked #1.
Fairfield University is a modern, Jesuit Catholic University, rooted in one of the world’s oldest intellectual and spiritual traditions. More than 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students from 36 states, 47 foreign countries, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are enrolled in the University’s five schools. In the spirit of rigorous and sympathetic inquiry into all dimensions of human experience, Fairfield welcomes students from diverse backgrounds to share ideas and engage in open conversations. The University is located in the heart of a region where the future takes shape, on a stunning campus on the Connecticut coast just an hour from New York City.