Lynn's MBA among South Florida’s top five

University welcomes largest MBA class in history

Lynn University received recognition from South Florida Business Journal in its list of top MBA programs based on Fall 2016 enrollment. Lynn was ranked fourth, moving up one spot from the previous year.

“Lynn’s graduate programs provide students with advanced skills and knowledge needed to excel in their careers,” says Steven Pruitt, director of graduate and iLynn admission. “Our programs are accelerated and can be personalized to meet the needs of working professionals and those with family or other personal obligations.”

Lynn welcomed its largest MBA class in history this year, as student enrollment for the program increased 21 percent over 2015. 

Lynn is the only small independent school recognized in the list’s top five schools, placing among University of Miami, Florida International University and Nova Southeastern University. 

The publication also recently released its annual list of South Florida universities and colleges, and Lynn was ranked No. 13 based on its Fall 2016 enrollment of 2,803 students. 

Learn more about Lynn’s awards and accolades.

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