Temple University is once again coming out on top. This time, as the best line MBA program in the nation.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the Fox School’s Online MBA program No. 1 in the country, earning a perfect 100 score. The Fox Online Bachelor of Business Administration program came in at No. 2 – its highest ranking in the history of the program.
“When we launched the Online MBA program in 2009 and the Online BBA in 2012, we chose to build our digital-learning model from the inside out,” said Dr. M. Moshe Porat, Dean of the Fox School of Business in a statement released by the university. “We hired video editors, instructional designers, and everyone in between to comprise our Online & Digital Learning team. Our team has embraced the Fox School’s mission to deliver the same top-ranked MBA and BBA programs across a consistent, user-friendly, online format. We admit the same quality of students, apply the same rigor, and utilize the same award-winning faculty. The results speak for themselves, and it is an honor that our online programs have been recognized by U.S. News as the benchmark for others in the United States.”
Each online business program is scored based upon student engagement; peer reputation; faculty credentials and training; student services and technology; and admissions selectivity.
The Fox Online MBA begins with a weeklong residency at Temple University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia. The residency features a leadership course, networking, team building, professional development and special events. From there, each subsequent online course employs a flipped-classroom approach, a 24/7, on-demand format that allows students to read content and watch videos at their pace and collaborate with their peers and professors through digital dialogue. Then, in an integrated online classroom setting, they are able to put what they have learned into practice. They can do so through Fox’s Video Vault, a collection of more than 2,000 academic videos produced by Fox faculty, a searchable archive of HD-quality, mobile-friendly, transcribed videos produced by Fox faculty.