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### Accolades Granted to UM-Flint by US News & World Report

The University of Michigan-Flint has received two distinctions in the latest rankings of the “2024 Best Graduate School” by U.S. News & World Report.

Included in the rankings are the part-time MBA program offered by the School of Management and the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, recognized as one of the top education schools in the nation.

“This acknowledgment of our part-time MBA program reflects our commitment to enhancing our academic offerings tailored to students with professional aspirations,” stated Yener Kandogan, the interim dean of SOM. “Our program prioritizes flexibility for students and fosters innovative coursework delivery through the dedication of our faculty.”

The MBA program at UM-Flint provides various flexible formats to cater to the diverse needs of students. Options include synchronous and asynchronous online courses, hybrid online classes, and the flexibility to switch between in-person and online attendance through hyperflex courses.

“UM-Flint recognizes the challenges faced by working professionals pursuing advanced degrees,” noted Jeannette Stein, the interim dean of CASE. “In response to the varied needs of students, we offer adaptable online schedules and cutting-edge curriculum. Students benefit from a high-quality, practical education. The national ranking is a testament to the commitment of our faculty and staff in preparing outstanding leaders.”

CASE offers a range of graduate-level education programs, such as a master’s degree in education administration, as well as online doctorate and education specialist degree programs.

Earlier this year, the university was commended by U.S. News & World Report for its excellence in online education in the “Best Online Programs” rankings. UM-Flint was recognized for its online bachelor’s degree programs, including the general business program, and also received praise for its online master’s degree program.