U.S. News & World Report ranks UMassD's online MBA 70th best for veterans
According to U.S. News, the "Best Online Programs for Veterans" rankings were weighted 80% based on their online MBA program rank, and 20% based on the university's ability to cover tuition for enrollees through GI Bills or Yellow Ribbon funding.
This spring, UMassD unveiled a new Veterans Resource Center in the campus center to assist military-affiliated students and their families by providing them with a supportive environment to fulfill their academic aspirations.
"Whether it’s community facilities, injury assistance, or career placement, helpful resources for our veterans are paramount to our university mission to provide an accessible, top tier education for everyone," said Chancellor Mark Fuller.
Ninety-nine percent of MBA students in the graduating class of 2022 found employment within six months of graduating, earning a mean starting salary of $106,557.