Canisius College Evening MBA Program Among Top Programs

January 25, 2018


Buffalo, NY – The Canisius College Evening MBA is among the top part-time MBA programs in New York according to the 2018 US News and World Report rankings.  US News ranked the Canisius program:

  • #1 part-time MBA program among private universities in the Western New York region
  • #2 part-time MBA program among public and private universities  in the Western New York region
  • #12 part-time MBA program among public and private universities across New York State

The Canisius Evening MBA is the largest private part-time MBA program in Western New York.  The program enables students to work full time while taking evening classes, and allows them to complete the degree without interrupting their careers.

The rankings are based on peer assessments by business school deans and programs directors, GMAT and GRE scores of entering students, years of work experience of entering students, undergraduate GPA of entering students and the percentage of MBA enrollment that is part time.

“These outstanding rankings are a testament to the exceptional knowledge and dedication of our business faculty, the high quality of our curriculum and the rigorous program standards of the Wehle School of Business,” said Richard A. Wall, PhD, acting dean of the Richard J. Wehle School of Business.

The Wehle School develops business professionals to lead within their organizations,

to excel in the globally competitive marketplace and to behave as ethically and socially responsible individuals. This is achieved through teaching excellence, intellectual vigor and community involvement in the Jesuit tradition. 

Western New York’s top private business school, the Wehle School is an AACSB accredited institution. Fewer than five percent of business schools worldwide have earned this accreditation, which is considered a symbol of the highest standard in business education.

Canisius College is one of 28 Jesuit universities in the nation and the premier private university in Western New York.