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WSU online graduate business programs recognized by CEO Magazine

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CEO Magazine ranked online executive MBA and MBA programs from  Washington State University’s Carson College of Business as No. 13 and No. 19 respectively among 292 global Online MBA programs.

Carson college officials also were proud to have the executive MBA program recognized as Tier One in the global Executive MBA ranking.

“Our online MBA programs offer a high level of flexibility and quality that our students, and their employers, recognize. Well designed courses, high-level peer-to-peer engagement, responsive faculty and valuable learning are key features of the Carson College MBA,” said Chip Hunter, Carson College dean. “Our MBA programs are successful because they align with students’ values and vision for progress through their careers.”

As a leader in online delivery, the college is meeting the target needs of students and employers worldwide. The online MBA offers concentrations in finance, international business, marketing, and hospitality business management. The online Executive MBA is tailored to people who have at least seven years of managerial-level experience.

“Our online MBA and Executive MBA graduates become part of a worldwide network of accomplished business professionals,” says Cheryl Oliver, associate dean for professional programs. “Being ranked among top 20 best programs by CEO Magazine affirms that our mission to create opportunities through business education is valuable and relevant to today’s students.”

CEO Magazine’s rankings were based on quality of the faculty, international diversity, class size, faculty to student ratio and price. The rankings included business programs across North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

For more information about Carson College of Business online business programs, visit

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