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NEWS BRIEF: Management Information System program receives recognition

Briana Ryan

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Marywood’s Management Information Systems MBA program came in 21st on the list of the top 30 programs in 2019 by the graduate degree ranking website, Online Masters.

The programs included on the list are based on academic quality, student success and affordability. To be eligible for inclusion, each program had to be from an accredited nonprofit institution. The website also took into account the opinions of current and former students.

Dr. Arthur Comstock, School of Business and Global Innovation Executive Director, said the school is honored to be included on the list.

“There are a lot of impressive programs which were included on the list so we’re really excited about this recognition,” said Comstock.

Comstock said he believed the program was included on the list because of its flexibility.

“We understand that all students are at different places in their lives so we try to make the program as flexible as possible so that each student has the opportunity to complete the program,” said Comstock.

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