Great Business Schools Releases National Rankings of Training and Development Master’s Programs

RALEIGH, N.C., Feb. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Great Business Schools (, a free online guide that takes students from the decision to attend business school all the way to an application and acceptance, has released four 2021 rankings of the best Training and Development Master’s degree programs in the US:

25 Best Master’s in Training & Development for 2021

15 Best Online Master’s in Training & Development for 2021

10 Fastest Online Master’s in Training & Development for 2021

10 Most Affordable Master’s in Training & Development for 2021

The Top 3 Best Training and Development Master’s Programs for 2021 are: 1) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 2) Rochester Institute of Technology; 3) 3. George Washington University. The Top 3 Online Training and Development Master’s Programs for 2021 are: 1) Clemson University; 2) Rutgers University; 3) University of Missouri.

A complete list of all institutions ranked is included at the end of this release.

“If you’re thinking about getting your master of training and development degree, you’re making a smart move,” the editors of Great Business Schools explain; “Organizations, non-profits, and government agencies are constantly working to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their training methods.” Human resources is central to the functioning of a large organization, whether corporate or government, for-profit or non-profit. The editors point out that “A master of training and development degree is the perfect start for a long-lasting career in an ever-changing field. In addition to job security, earning a master’s in training and development allows graduates to work in an industry of their choosing.” “From pharmaceuticals to education to finance, every industry wants its employees to go through high-quality training,” they explain. According to Great Business Schools, “A master’s in training in development makes you an asset to any company.”

GBS editors are concerned with providing students with information they can really use. The audience for GBS includes traditional high school grads, working adults, and career-changing professionals. That is why Great Business Schools ranks both online and traditional programs. As the editors explain, “The flexibility and convenience of an online degree program make it possible to learn new skills while they are working allowing them to take on more responsibilities and apply for new positions within their company.” By featuring accredited, reputable institutions, GBS ensures that prospective students can trust their choices.

Going to the right school is important for every student. Great Business Schools doesn’t get caught up about which schools are the “best.” They focus on what makes business schools great places for students to learn and grow. Rankings and resources that reflect a wide range of needs and priorities are what set GBS apart.

All Institutions in the Great Business Schools Training and Development Master’s Rankings (in alphabetical order):

Amberton University
Boise State University
Bowling Green State University
Cairn University
Capella University
Central Michigan University
Clemson University
Cleveland State University
Colorado State University
Dallas Baptist University
Eastern University
Florida State University
George Washington University
Grand Canyon University
Idaho State University
Indiana State University
Indiana University Bloomington
Jacksonville University
Kansas State University
Lewis University
Louisiana State University
Middle Tennessee State University
North Carolina State University
Northwestern University
Oakland University
Penn State Global Campus
Penn State University
Pittsburg State University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Roosevelt University
Rutgers University
Saint Joseph’s University
Saint Louis University
Syracuse University
Texas A & M University – Commerce
Towson University
Troy University
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Denver
University of Georgia
University of Illinois
University of Louisville
University of Maryland – Baltimore County
University of Memphis
University of Minnesota
University of Missouri Columbia
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
University of North Florida
University of North Texas
University of St Francis
University of Texas at Tyler
University of Wisconsin – Platteville
University of Wisconsin – Stout
University of the Southwest
Villanova University
Walden University
Webster University
Western Carolina University
Western Michigan University

Marie Benson
Lead Editor, Great Business Schools

(336) 629-7903

SOURCE Great Business Schools