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The UC MBA Ranks in the Top Ten for Highest Financial Value Upon Graduation

Source:U.S. News & World Report
Link Submitted: 3/18/2011 14:12:59

U.S. News & World Report ranked the University of Cincinnati MBA in the top ten programs with the most financial value upon graduation. By surveying 437 business schools across the nation, U.S. News found that graduates of the UC College of Business have one of the highest first-year salaries relative to debt load.

"For more than a decade, Ohio National has turned to the UC MBA as a game-changer for our employees," says Gary T. Huffman, president and CEO of Ohio National Financial Services. "UC MBA graduates develop leading-edge business knowledge, earning tremendous value for their education dollar and delivering a substantial and immediate payoff to those lucky enough to hire them. Ohio National graduates of the program apply what they learn to our real business issues everyday."

The UC College of Business was ranked 10th in the nation, with an average starting salary of $61,676 and an average student debt of $22,354, for a salary to debt ratio of 2.8. The full listing of top 10 business programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report for their salary to debt ratio include:

1. CUNY Zicklin School of Business in New York (4.9)
2. University of Georgia Terry College of Business (3.8)
3. University of California Davis School of Management (3.8)
4. Texas Christian University Neeley School of Business (3.5)
5. University of Florida Hough Graduate School of Business (3.2)
6. Howard University School of Business in Washington D.C. (2.9)
7. Florida State University College of Business (2.9)
8. Texas A&M University Mays Business School (2.8)
9. Georgia Institute of Technology College of Management (2.8)
10. University of Cincinnati College of Business (2.8)