Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business Tallies Numerous National Rankings

 Date published: June 14, 2017

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The University of Dallas Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business has received national recognition for several rankings and awards, including designations for top MBA, DBA and online master's programs.

The honors include rankings from several prestigious organizations applauding UD’s academic success and leadership.

“Our faculty have done an outstanding job identifying and meeting the needs of our current students and the ever-changing needs of our community,” said Gupta College of Business Dean Brett J. L. Landry. “We’re committed to staying at the forefront of business education, and we’re honored to receive recognition for our efforts so far.”

Earlier this year, UD earned a No. 13 spot on Top Management Degrees’ list of the "Top 25 MBA Programs in Texas 2017,” placing the MBA program among the top five private school MBA programs in the state.

The college also received recognition for three online programs, signaling the university’s ability to adapt to the shift in online educational offerings. Online MBA Degrees listed the college of business as a “Top 50 Online MBA Programs in Information & Technology” (2017) and “Top 50 Online MBA Programs in Accounting” (2017). Value Colleges also rated the college as one of the “Top 50 Best Value Online Master's in Accounting Degrees” (2017).

For the second year in a row, the University of Dallas was also named one of the “Forbes Best Value Colleges 2017.”

On the international level, CEO Magazine recognized the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program as one of the premier DBA programs in the world based on accreditation, quality of faculty, geography and global standing.

Learn more about the University of Dallas’ awards and distinctions.

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