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UNG Cottrell MBA named in top five public programs

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DAHLONEGA, Ga. — The University of North Georgia’s Cottrell Master of Business Administration program has been ranked as the fifth best public, part-time MBA program in Georgia by the U.S. News and World Report 2018 Best Graduate Schools report.

The complete list of top five public part-time MBA programs is:

• Kennesaw State University

• Georgia Institute of Technology

• University of Georgia

• Georgia State University

• University of North Georgia

According to U.S. News, part-time business programs play a vital role for working professionals who are unable to attend business school full time.

The annual U.S. News ranking is formulated based on average peer assessment score, average graduate exam (GMAT and GRE) scores of entering part-time MBA students, average undergraduate grade point average, number of years of work experience, and the percentage of total MBA enrollment that is part time.

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