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Hispanic Network Magazine Names UTEP MBA Program Among “Best of the Best”

Hispanic Network Magazine has included The University of Texas at El Paso’s College of Business Administration (COBA) among its Summer 2018 Best of the Best Top MBA Programs.

UTEP is one of 28 programs listed across the country, including those at Columbia, Cornell, Harvard and Stanford universities.

“Thank you to all of our MBA alumni and current MBA students for enabling our faculty and staff to be consistently ranked nationally for our commitment to access and excellence,” said Robert Nachtmann, DBA, dean of the College of Business Administration. “Together, we prove what others know but do not apply — success in all endeavors results from opportunity embraced with perseverance and commitment to the mission.”

COBA has received the magazine’s Best of the Best MBA program distinction every year since 2012. COBA also has been recognized by Professional Women’s Magazine and Black EOE Journal, which are published by DiversityComm along with Hispanic Network Magazine.

Hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies were polled for the list, which was compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses.

The goal of the annual evaluation is to bring the latest information and guidance to Hispanic Network Magazine readers and to encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies.

The results are published mid-August in the summer issue of Hispanic Network Magazine, which is in its 26th year.

Magazine Rates UTEP’s MBA Program Among ‘Best’

Hispanic Network Magazine recently announced its 2017 “Best of the Best” lists, and The University of Texas at El Paso’s Master of Business Administration program was included among the nation’s elite.

Irvine, California-based DiversityComm, Inc., which publishes the magazine, said the ratings are based on polls of hundreds of Fortune 1,000 companies and select evaluations.

The company’s Professional Woman’s Magazine also rated UTEP’s MBA program among the country’s best in 2016.

Robert Nachtmann, DBA, dean of the College of Business Administration, said the importance of such acknowledgements is two-fold. First, they motivate faculty and staff, and reinforce their efforts to enhance the academic experiences of UTEP’s MBA students.

Second, they boost the program’s profile, which creates more career opportunities for UTEP’s MBA students and graduates.

In its announcement of the list, DiversityComm lauded the academic institutions for their outstanding efforts to promote the quest for true diversity.

COBA’s MBA program also was recognized earlier this year by Top Management Degrees, an online site that promotes business and management education.

The program earned a No. 19 ranking in the state based on price, prestige, location and accreditation.