MRED for Executives News & Research
The MRED executive education program ranked 63rd globally, 20th in U.S.
The Raymond J. Harbert College of Business’ online graduate program earned a No.
12 national ranking from U.S. News & World Report in a survey released Wednesday.
It marked the second-consecutive year that the college earned recognition in the magazine’s Best Online Programs ranking.
Dr. Stanley Harris, who will become Associate Dean for Graduate and International Programs on July 1, is dedicated to maintaining the programs' excellence.
The two-year, six-semester MRED program, a collaboration between the College of Business, and the College of Architecture, Design and Construction, is offered to real estate developers and executives with a minimum of three years of professional experience and an undergraduate degree in a related field.
Augusta Vargas-Prada was one of 51 students earning an Executive MBA degree from the Auburn University College of Business on May 4.