Lindner's Online MBA Program Ranked No. 1 in Ohio in 2018 U.S. News & World Report Rankings

The Carl H. Lindner College of Business received top rankings in the

U.S. News & World Report’s

2018 Best Online MBA Programs.

U.S. News & World Report

ranked Lindner’s fully online MBA No. 1 in Ohio, No. 10 in the Midwest, No. 33 nationally among public institutions and No. 61 overall.

“Our online MBA and graduate business programs are delivered in a more flexible format for our students and leverage the same high-caliber faculty and the same rigorous coursework as our campus-based programs,” says B.J. Zirger, associate dean of Lindner’s Online Education.

The rankings for the

U.S. News & World Report

2018 Best Online MBA is based on key factors such as student engagement, admission selectivity, peer reputation, faculty credentials, student services and technology.

This 2018 online MBA ranking is accompanied by several other impressive rankings honors for the Lindner MBA. In fall 2017, the Lindner MBA was ranked by

Bloomberg Businessweek

No. 1 in Ohio, and, among public institutions, No. 1 in the Midwest and No. 6 nationally for alumni satisfaction.

Additionally, Lindner’s campus-based full-time MBA ranked No. 34 among public institutions, and the part-time MBA program recently earned the biggest rankings jump of any school in the country over the past four years in the

U.S. News & World Repor

t Best Business Schools list.

For a full listing of Lindner’s other rankings and accolades, visit the Lindner College of Business website

rankings page

. To learn more about

UC’s Online MBA program

, contact BJ Zirger, associate dean for online education at (513) 556-7148.

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