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Auburn University programs rank high in US News & World Report’s 2013 Best Online Education Programs

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Online graduate programs in Auburn University’s College of Education, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and College of Business are listed in the top 10 of the just released U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 Best Online Education Programs rankings.

Auburn’s College of Education ranked second among online graduate education programs, with high scores in student engagement and faculty credentials and training.

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Financial Times ranks Auburn’s Executive MBA among world’s best

AUBURN – The Financial Times has ranked the Executive MBA in Auburn’s College of Business among the top 100 programs in the world for the third consecutive year. The Times ranks Auburn’s program 82nd worldwide and 29th among exclusively U.S.-based programs. It is the only program in the state, and one of only four schools from the Southeastern Conference, to be included in this year’s ranking.

“The Auburn University College of Business is committed to providing our students with a world-class education,” Dean Bill Hardgrave said. “We welcome and embrace the continued recognition of our innovative and very effective blended-delivery EMBA program. To be ranked among the world’s top EMBA programs confirms that we are on the right path and delivering a quality product.”

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Auburn’s MBA program ranked in top 30 for public universities by Forbes

AUBURN – A newly released Forbes.com special report has ranked Auburn University’s MBA program 29th among the nation’s public institutions and 64th overall. The ranking measures the best five-year “return on investment” for MBA graduates of the class of 2004.

For this year’s survey, Forbes sent out 17,000 questionnaires to graduates of master of business administration programs around the world. To determine the five-year MBA gain, Forbes compared their earnings in their first five years out of business school to costs such as tuition, required fees and foregone compensation.

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