South Florida Business Journal places Lynn’s MBA fifth in the region

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South Florida Business Journal recognized Lynn University this week in its annual list of MBA programs based on Fall 2018 enrollment. Lynn took the fifth spot—up one place from last year.

The College of Business and Management welcomed 494 graduate students this semester, marking another record year in enrollment with the largest MBA class in Lynn’s history.

Lynn’s steady enrollment growth continues to rank it among South Florida’s top MBA programs, including Nova Southeastern University, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

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