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US News Rankings 2024

FAU Online Programs Move Up in ‘U.S. News & World Report’ Rankings

By | 02/07/2024

Florida Atlantic University’s online MBA program is ranked No. 94 in the nation for 2024 by U.S. News & World Report, rising from No. 95 in 2023. In addition, FAU’s online master’s in business programs (non-MBA) are ranked No. 43 in the nation this year, up from No. 52 in last year’s rankings. The online master’s in business programs for veterans (non-MBA) rose to No. 20 from No. 22 for 2024.

2024 US News Rankings

FAU Climbs Significantly in ‘U.S. News' 2024 List of Top Universities

By | 09/18/2023

Florida Atlantic University made considerable gains in the U.S. News & World Report list of “Top Public Schools,” moving up to No. 112 from No. 131 in this year’s ranking of the nation’s best universities. This is the largest rise out of all public universities in the state of Florida for the second year in a row. U.S. News & World Report also ranked FAU at No. 209 for “Top National Schools,” up from No. 262 last year.

Rent Crisis Is Slowing

Study: Rent Crisis Slowing, but Landlords Still in Control

By | 05/08/2023

U.S. rents are leveling off after record highs last year, and the evidence of a slowdown is most apparent in four north-central and western markets, new research shows.

FAU's Chair Medal Ceremony: Recipients

FAU's Chair Medal Ceremony Honors Its Inaugural Class of Recipients

By | 05/03/2023

The Florida Atlantic University Chair’s Medal recently was awarded to its inaugural group of recipients at the Eleanor R. Baldwin House at FAU’s Boca Raton campus.

Florida Homebuyers Paying Steep Premiums

Study: Florida Homebuyers Paying Steep Premiums

By | 05/02/2023

A leveling off of U.S. home prices means markets aren’t as overvalued as they used to be, but Florida buyers are still paying well more than they should, based on long-term pricing trends, new research shows.

NCAA Limitations

FAU Expert: New NCAA Transfer Limitations are Essential

By | 05/01/2023

New NCAA legislation to limit student-athlete transfers was a necessary adjustment that will help improve the college sports landscape and ultimately benefit the players themselves, according to a sports management expert at Florida Atlantic University.