Dr. Rohan Christie-David, interim dean of the UofL College of Business
Dr. Rohan Christie-David, interim dean of the UofL College of Business

UofL’s College of Business can add another Top 50 ranking to its recent slew of academic accolades.

Eduniversal, which monitors the best masters programs in 30 fields of study worldwide, recently ranked UofL’s full-time MBA #37 in the nation, its highest ever placement.

With more than 500 business schools operating across the North America, a Top 40 ranking puts the full-time program in elite company that includes ACC counterparts from Duke and Virginia.  In addition, the Princeton Review rated the college as among the best business schools in the U.S. for 2016 and for the first time in school history, all of its major programs — both at the undergraduate and graduate level — are among the top 100 programs in the country.

According to MBA Program Executive Director T. Vernon Foster, the latest ranking is yet another sign that UofL is trending in the right direction.

“Under the leadership of our interim dean, Dr. Rohan Christie-David, the College of Business is continually strengthening and elevating our MBA programs. The recent ranking of the Full-Time MBA by Best Masters is another example where the school is building a high quality program that provides a significant return on investment for the students.”

Matt Lambert
Matt has served in multiple communications and marketing roles since joining UofL in 2012 and is currently a communications specialist in charge of national media outreach for research and academics. He came to UofL following a successful tenure as the Associate Director of Public Affairs and External Relations at Loyola University New Orleans. In his 20-plus year career in communications, Matt has worked as an award-winning journalist, owned his own political consulting firm and served as a communications director in the U.S. Congress. He is not only employed by UofL, but also a recent graduate, earning his MBA from the College of Business in May 2016.