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Top 50 Best Business Schools for an MBA 2015

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is described as the most popular post-graduate degree in the US, and for good reason. Within an MBA program, students study foundational business topics such as finance, accounting, leadership, decision-making, organizational management, and statistics. These are critical topics that are applicable in every single organization no matter the size or field. The study of becoming a skilled and knowledgeable businessperson and manager can be one of the most important investments in a professional’s life.

Not only will MBA students gain the necessary skills to excel in business, but gain the most widely known business credential available. An MBA can be a jump start to a career, a ticket to a promotion or pay raise, and an introduction to important business connections through student and alumni contacts. Use this ranking as a starting point for finding the right MBA program for you!

Every school in this year’s MBA Super Ranking has been ranked among the best b-schools by several highly respected publications based on the reputation and quality of its MBA programs. The results of the seven most influential business school rankings from around the world were combined to create the most comprehensive and holistic ranking of the best business schools for an MBA in the United States. By bringing together MBA rankings from US News & World Report, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Financial Times, The Economist, Quacquarelli Symonds, and Eduniversal, the subjective and idiosyncratic elements of each publication’s methodology is smoothed out, providing a more accurate and stable picture of a business school’s stature. The ranking results of each publication were weighted the same to avoid interjecting our own subjective judgments about which ranking is better.

#50 Wake Forest University School of Business – Winston Salem, North Carolina

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Wake Forest University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was originally founded in 1834 just outside of Raleigh. Today, Wake Forest sits in Winston-Salem, consists of six academic schools, and colleges to over 7,500 students. Wake Forest’s School of Business offers an Evening MBA and multiple joint degree programs. The Evening MBA is a two-year program that allows students to continue working and accelerate their careers with management skills and personal and team leadership development. Courses within this program include: Financial Accounting, Behavior and Leadership in Organizations, Managerial Accounting, Managerial Economics, Quantitative Business Methods, Ethical Decision-Making, Information Technology Management, and Perspectives on Global Business. Joint degrees available to MBA students include: an MBA/JD, an MBA/PhD, and an MBA/MSA.

#49 Babson College Olin Graduate School of Business – Wellesley, Massachusetts

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Babson College is a 4-year, private, nonprofit college that began in 1919 as a school of business administration. Today, Babson educates over 2,100 undergraduate students and over 900 graduate students. Through Babson’s Olin Graduate School of Business, students can pursue business administration through a One-year, Two-year, Evening, and blended MBA program.
Olin’s highly esteemed MBA is offered in a 12-month and a 21-month format. The curriculum is focused on entrepreneurship, leadership, management, team building, and people skills that can be applied in real business situations. Students can choose between concentrations in Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Management, Life Sciences & Healthcare, and Marketing.

#48 University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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The University of Pittsburgh is a 4-year, public, Ivy League university that was founded as the Pittsburgh Academy in 1787. Today, the prestigious University of Pittsburgh is comprised of four regional campuses, 16 schools and colleges, and teaches over 35,000 students. Among the many excellent schools at Pittsburgh, is the Katz Graduate School of Business. Katz offers a One and Two-year Master of Business Administration program, a Part-time MBA, an Executive MBA, and multiple joint and dual degrees.
The Katz One-year MBA is a 51-credit program that can be completed in an accelerated format. The Two-year MBA is a 57-credit program and a professional internship to prepare students for all aspects of business. The Joint and dual degrees available to MBA students include programs in law, engineering, information systems, international business, international development, or public and international affairs.

#47 Brigham Young University Marriott School of Management – Provo, Utah

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Brigham Young University is a 4-year, private, non-profit university in the heart of Provo. BYU was established in 1875 and built upon the principles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. BYU offers 265 of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees to over 34,000 students. Within BYU’s Marriott School of Management, students can enroll in a Full-time MBA, an Executive MBA, or a choice of three different joint degrees.
The Marriott Full-time MBA is a 64-credit program that is designed to train well-rounded leaders. The curriculum starts with a solid foundation in business practices, put their learning to use with a summer internship, and then round of their program with courses with their specific major. Students are able to pick between the following majors: Organizational Behavior/Human Resources Management (OB/HR), finance, marketing, global supply chain, or entrepreneurship. The joint degrees available to MBA students are an MBA/JD, an MBA/MS in Mechanical Engineering, and an MBA/MS in Manufacturing Engineering Technology.

#46 Boston College Carroll School of Management – Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

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Boston College is a 4-year, private, nonprofit college that was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus. Over 14,000 students from all over the world enroll in one of Boston College’s eight colleges and schools for the education opportunity to become leaders in their industry. Within the prestigious Carroll School of Management, Boston College offers a Full-time Master of Business Administration, a Part-time MBA, and two dual degree options.
The Carroll Full-time MBA is a two-year program that will provide the skills and experience that organizations are looking for in managers and leaders in the global marketplace. Students are offered concentrations to provide additional depth to their degree. Specializations include: Business Analytics, Competitive Service Delivery, Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurial Management, Global Management, Leadership and Management, Marketing and Information Analytics, and Product and Brand Management. Dual degree options available to MBA students include an MBA/MSF and an MBA/MSA.

#45 University of California—Davis Graduate School of Management – Davis, California

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The University of California—Davis is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1905. UC Davis offers over 190 programs through one of their four academic colleges and six schools. Offered within the UC Davis Graduate School of Management is a Full-time Master of Business Administration, as well as multiple concurrent degree options.
This internationally ranked Full-time MBA program at UC-Davis is rich with real-world practice, analytical and technical skills, and leadership training that will integrate globalization, business ethics, and sustainability. Among the specific concentrations available within the MBA program are: Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship/Innovation, Finance/Accounting, General Management, Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Strategy, and Technology Management. Among the concurrent degree programs available to MBA students include programs in education, law, medicine, veterinary medicine, nursing, engineering, and agricultural and environmental sciences.

#44 University of Iowa Tippie College of Business – Iowa City, Iowa

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The University of Iowa is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1847, just days after Iowa became a state. What began as a school educating 124 students has grown to 12 different academic colleges, over 200 programs, and educating over 31,000 students annually. Among Iowa’s many programs in the arts, sciences, and humanities, their Tippie College of Business offers a Full-time Master of Business Administration, multiple joint degrees, an MBA for professionals and managers, and an Executive MBA.
The Full-time MBA is a 59-credit hour program curriculum includes business foundation courses, advanced core courses, an internship, specialized electives, and a Global Learning Opportunity. Specializations available include: Managing Customers, Products, and Brands, Corporate Finance, Investment Management, Supply Chain and Analytics, Strategic Management and Innovation. Joint degrees available to MBA students include: MBA/MHA, MBA/JD, MBA/MD, and an MBA/PharmD.

#43 University of Rochester Simon Business School – Rochester, New York

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The University of Rochester is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was founded in 1850 and has become one of the country’s top-tier research universities. Today, the University of Rochester stands tall with six schools and colleges, 200 academic majors and engages over 10,000 students. The University of Rochester offers small class sizes and intimate teacher to student ratios. The Simon Business School is known for their analytic, economics-based approach to management education. The Simon Business School offers a Full-time MBA, an Executive MBA, and a Part-time MBA.
Simon’s Full-time MBA is a 22-month, 67-credit program that is ideal for students with three to eight years of work experience. The curriculum consists of nine core classes, 11 electives courses, and a summer internship. Students are able to choose between 13 different concentrations to tailor the program to meet their professional interests. Concentrations include: Finance, Competitive and Organizational Strategy, Corporate Accounting, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship.

#42 Arizona State University W. P. Carey School of Business – Tempe, Arizona

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Arizona State University is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1885 as a normal school. Today, Arizona State University (ASU) consists of four campuses, educating over 76,000 students every year. Among the highly acclaimed schools at ASU, is the W. P. Carey School of Business. The Carey School is an AACSB-Accredited school that invests in tomorrow’s leaders by providing universal business knowledge that allows students to immediately start adding value to their organizations. Among the programs available in the Carey Business School, are the Full-time MBA, multiple Dual degrees, a Part-time MBA, an Online MBA, and an Executive MBA.
Carey’s 21-month Full-time MBA offers students an immersive, on-campus experience. The Full-time curriculum consists of core business courses, a mandatory internship, an optional global elective, and concentration courses. Concentrations available include: Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Healthcare Management, Information Management, International Business, Leadership, and Sustainability. Dual degree options for the MBA student include: MBA/JD, MBA/MAcc, MBA/MFin, MBA/MD, and an MBA/MSIM.

#41 Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business – Dallas, Texas

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Southern Methodist University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was founded in 1911 by the United Methodist Church. Over the past hundred years, SMU has grown in rankings and prestige and offers a range of innovative curriculum to future leaders in the greater Dallas area. Today, SMU teaches over 11,000 students through one of their seven academic schools, including the Cox School of Business.
The Cox Business School trains future business managers with a Fast Track One-year and a Two-year MBA. The Fast Track MBA is designed for students with a business, economics, or quantitative undergraduate degree. It is a 12-month program that allows students to take minimal time from the work force, yet still offer flexibility with concentration courses. The Full-time MBA is a 63-credit, 22-month program that consists of core business courses, concentration courses, and an optional international exchange program in Asia, Australia, Europe, or Latin America. Concentrations available to MBA students include: Accounting, Business Analytics, General Business, Information Technology & Operations Management, Management and Organizations, Marketing, Real Estate, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. MBA students are also given the opportunity of two dual degrees, JD/MBA or an MBA/MA.

#40 Texas A&M University Mays Business School – College Station, Texas

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Texas A&M University is a 4-year public university that was founded in 1876. Texas A&M University is considered one of the nation’s largest universities with 12 colleges and schools, over 4,000 faculty, and over 58,000 students. Texas A&M has a large degree offering to the Bryan/College Station area with over 120 undergraduate degrees, 240 graduate degrees, and multiple professional degree options. Within A&M’s highly esteemed Mays Business School is the Full-time MBA.
The Mays Full-time Master of Business Administration degree offers a comprehensive business degree plan where students will be involved in a dynamic interaction between their professors and other students, enjoy small class sizes, and earn their degree in a short 16 months. The curriculum consists of 49-credit hours, a summer internship, multiple specializations, and certificate opportunities. Specializations available include: Consulting and Strategic Management, E-commerce, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Technology and Operations, Marketing, and Real Estate.
After students complete their business courses, they are able to customize their degree by completing a certificate program with an additional 12-15 hours. Certificates available to MBA students include: Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization, International Business, Supply Chain Management, Business Management, Advanced International Affairs, Public Health, and Health Systems Management.

#39 University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign College of Business – Champaign, Illinois

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The University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign is a 4-year, public university that was established in 1997 to provide coordination and support to the three other campuses of the University of Illinois. Among the many degree offerings at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is their Full-Time Master of Business Administration, Joint Degree programs, a Part-time Professional MBA, and Executive MBA, and an IMBA offered by their College of Business. The College of Business alone enrolls almost 4,000 students in over 150 undergraduate and more than 100 graduate and professional programs.
The Full-time MBA program provides a well-rounded business foundation, and then combines more advanced business courses and concentration courses within the second year. The concentrations available include: Strategic Management, Marketing, Human Resources, Corporate & Social Responsibility, Operations Management, Healthcare Management, International Business, and Information Management. Joint Degrees available to MBA students include an MD, JD, and PhD.

#38 University of Minnesota—Twin Cities Carlson School of Management – Minneapolis, Minnesota

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The University of Minnesota—Twin Cities is a 4-year, public university that was established in 1851 as Minnesota’s flagship land grant university. Today, the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities educates over 49,000 students and is a member of the greater University of Minnesota System, which is comprised of four other campuses. The business students at the Twin Cities campus are offered rigorous and competitive programs at the Carlson School of Management, including a Master of Business Administration, a Part-time MBA, and an Executive MBA.
The Carlson Full-Time, AACSB-Accredited MBA consists of 65-credit hours that can be completed within two years. Students will begin their studies with foundation classes in managerial topics then dive into specific emphases based on the student’s interests and future business goals. The emphases available include: Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, Medical Industry, and Supply Chain. Dual degrees available to MBA students include: HRIR/MBA, JD/MBA, MD/MBA, MHA/MBA, MPP/MBA, and a PharmD/MBA.
The Part-time MBA consists of 48-57 credits that can be completed in a flexible format. The curriculum consists of core business classes, specialized courses, and an international experience. The Executive MBA is a 20-month program focused on management challenges and business in a global focus. This program is offered on the weekends with an additional nine-day study abroad experience.

#37 University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business – Notre Dame, Indiana

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The University of Notre Dame is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, Catholic university that was founded in 1842 by a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross. Notre Dame offers a broad range of curriculum within their schools and colleges to their 20,000 students. Among their prestigious and competitive programs available are multiple MBA programs offered through the Mendoza College of Business.
Mendoza offers an Accelerated One-year MBA, a Two-year MBA, and three Dual Degree programs. The One-year MBA is a 46-credit hour accelerated program with the added opportunity to participate in an International Immersion experience. The Two-year MBA is a traditional MBA that consists of 64 credits with the opportunity to participate in International Immersions to Brazil, Chile and China. Concentrations available for the one and two year MBA include: Business Analytics, Business Leadership, Consulting, Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship, Investments, and Marketing. Students can expand their MBA program with dual degrees in law, science, or engineering.

#36 University of California—Irvine Paul Merage School of Business – Irvine, California

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The University of California—Irvine is a 4-year, public university that had been educating future leaders since 1965. UC Irvine is a member of the greater University of California System and alone is comprised of 12 academic schools and teaches over 29,000 students. Among the many dynamic schools at UC Irvine is the Paul Merage School of Business that offers many programs to business students.
The Merage School offers four different MBA programs, as well as dual degree programs that focus on business leadership, collaboration, and communication. The 21-month Full time MBA immerses students in the full business graduate experience. The curriculum incorporates the critical business elements of strategic innovation, information technology, and analytic decision-making, and includes a required internship to immediately apply the business practices learned in class. Full time MBA students also have the choice of expanding their studies to enroll in dual degrees with the medicine and law schools.
The Merage Schools also offers a Part time, Fully employed MBA, an Executive MBA, and a Healthcare Executive MBA. The Fully employed MBA is a flexible program that is allows students to work full time while pursuing their degree. This is a 27-33 month program is designed for mid-level managers, team leaders, analysts, or engineers. The Executive MBA is a 21-mont program for experienced managers seeking C-level leadership and strategic thinking skills. The Healthcare Executive MBA is a 21-month program designed for healthcare professionals who want to gain business and management skills and expertise.

#35 Boston University Questrom School of Business – Boston, Massachusetts

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Boston University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was founded in 1839 as the Newbury Biblical Institute. Over the past 175 years, Boston University has grown in prestige and size. Today, BU offers over 250 fields of study, on two campuses, through 17 schools and colleges, to over 33,000 students. Among the many programs offered at the highly esteemed Boston University Questrom School of Business that offers a Full time MBA, an Evening part time MBA, and nine different dual degrees.
Questrom’s Full time MBA program is a two-year, 64-credit hour program that is focused on contemporary business perspectives and issues, collaboration, teamwork, and entrepreneurial skills. The curriculum consists of 34 credit hours of the core business courses, an internship, and a choice from eight concentration areas. Concentrations include: Entrepreneurship, Energy and Environmental Sustainability, Finance, International Management, Leadership & Organizational Transformation, Marketing, Operations & Technology Management, and Strategy & Business Analysis. Dual degrees available for MBA students include: MBA/MA in International Relations, MBA/MA in Economics, MBA/MS in Media Ventures, MBA/JD in Health Sector Management, MBA/MD, MBA/MPH in Health Care Management, MBA/MPH in Global Health Management, and an MBA/MS in Manufacturing Engineering.

#34 Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of Business – Atlanta, Georgia

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Georgia Institute of Technology is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1885. It is a science and technology-focused institute housing 6 colleges and educating over 21,000 students every year. Within the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Tech is a Full time Master of Business Administration, an Evening MBA, and an Executive MBA.
The Scheller Full time MBA program is focused on the social, environmental, and political business factors that every manager needs to be able to navigate organizations through. Students can expect to gain a solid business foundation in the first 12 core courses and then dive into specific elective coursework in the next 11 courses. Georgia Tech offers many concentrations, including Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Managing Innovation and Technology, Marketing, Operations, Strategy, and Strategic Sustainability.

#33 Purdue University Krannert School of Management – West Lafayette, Indiana

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Purdue University is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1869 after Abraham Lincoln singed the Morrill Land Grant Act. Purdue enrolls over 38,000 students through 10 academic schools and colleges, including the Krannert School of Management. Purdue’s highly esteemed Krannert School of Management offers 13 programs, including an MBA, specialty master’s, and PhD programs to educate future managers with the leadership skills and global scope to take their career further, faster.
The Krannert School offers a Full Time Master of Business Administration, a weekend MBA, a one-year MBA for Science, Engineering, Technology & Math professionals, and an Executive MBA. The full time MBA is a 21-month, 60-credit hour program that emphasized leadership and global business. Students can choose from 14 different concentrations, including finance, human resources, operations, and marketing. Weekend mba-21 month, professional experience required, 48 credit hours, alternating weekend schedule.

#32 Pennsylvania State University Smeal College of Business – University Park, Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania State University is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1855 as one of the nation’s first colleges of agricultural sciences. Since its inception, Penn State has grown to cover a broad education consisting of 24 campuses, a teaching hospital, and online world campus all reaching 100,000 students every year. Within their campus at University Park, is Penn State’s world renown, AACSB-Accredited Smeal College of Business, offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs to over 6,000 students.
Among the programs at Smeal is a top-ranked Master of Business Administration. This two-year program is designed to give students functional expertise and a broad business perspective. Within the first year, students will focus on core business fundamentals and then in their second year branch off to concentrations. Among the concentrations available are Finance, Healthcare, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Strategic Leadership, Supply Chain Management, Sustainability and Social Innovation.

#31 University of Wisconsin—Madison School of Business – Madison, Wisconsin

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The University of Wisconsin—Madison is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1848. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is the flagship campus of Wisconsin’s state university system, houses 13 schools and colleges, offers over 130 undergraduate programs, over 140 master’s programs, and 120 doctoral and professional programs to over 40,000 students every year. The Wisconsin School of Business offers a Full time MBA, an Evening MBA, and an Executive MBA.
The Full time MBA is a 61 credit hour program that consists of core business courses, a choice of 10 career specializations, and a choice of one of three certificate programs. Specializations include: Applied Security Analysis, Arts Administration, Brand & Product Management, Corporate Finance & Investment Banking, Marketing Research, Operations and Technology Management, Real Estate, Risk Management & Insurance, Strategic Human Resource Management, and Supply Chain Management. Also available to MBA students are a Certificate in Business, Environment, and Social Responsibility, a Certificate in Entrepreneurship, and a Certificate in Strategic Innovation.

#30 Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business – East Lansing, Michigan

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Michigan State University is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1855 after the famous Morrill Act of 1862. Michigan State draws over 49,000 students from over 130 countries around the world with their exceptional undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs that number over 200. Among the many offerings through the Eli Broad College of Business are a Full time MBA, an Executive MBA, and multiple dual degrees.
The Broad Full time MBA is a 21-month program that consists of 30 credits of core curriculum, 15 credits of concentrations, and 15 credits of electives. Students can choose between one of four concentrations: Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. Dual degrees for MBA students include degrees in medicine, law, and global management.

#29 Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of management – Nashville, Tennessee

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Vanderbilt University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was founded in 1873. Since its inception, Vanderbilt has grown to educate over 11,000 emerging leaders every year. Located in Nashville, Vanderbilt offers not only a top-notch research and liberal arts education, but a rich community and atmosphere. The Vanderbilt education includes options in ten schools in undergraduate, graduate, law, medicine, education, divinity, and management.
Within Vanderbilt’s world renown, AACSB-Accredited Owen Graduate School of Management, students will find curriculum rich with teamwork, innovation, challenging academics. Owen provides a Master of Business Administration for students who are looking to make their way up their career ladder, a leader looking to make a difference in their current organization, or an entrepreneur looking to hone business skills. The core business curriculum provides students with a solid foundation, then above and beyond the core courses, students are able to pick from a variety of concentrations and specializations to customize 12-credit hours of their program. Concentrations and specializations include: Accounting, Finance, General Management, Human and Organizational Performance, Marketing, Operations, Strategy, Brand Management, Corporate Finance, Investment Management, and Health Care. Other options for Owen MBA students are a 60-credit hour Executive MBA and joint degree programs in medicine, law, engineering, and divinity.

#28 University of Maryland—College Park Robert H. Smith School of Business – College Park, Maryland

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The University of Maryland—College Park is a 4-year public research university that was founded in 1856 and is the flagship of the University System of Maryland. The University of Maryland houses 12 academic colleges and schools and offers 91 bachelor degree programs, 106 masters degree programs, and 83 doctoral degree programs to over 37,000 students every year. The Robert H. Smith School of Business, offers AACSB-accredited undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, executive MBA, online MBA, specialty masters and PhD programs.
Smith’s full-time MBA is a two-year, 54-credit hour program that offers a wide variety of electives combined with core business topics in leadership, communication, ethics, teamwork, marketing, accounting, finance, and strategy. Smith also offers MBA students dual degree options in law, accounting, information systems, supply chain management, finance, public policy, and social work. Other MBA options available at Smith include a 54-credit hour Executive MBA in the US as well as in China and a 54-credit hour Online MBA.

#27 Washington University in St. Louis Olin Business School – Saint Louis, Missouri

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Washington University in St. Louis is a 4-year, private nonprofit university that was founded in 1853. Washington University in St. Louis is comprised of nine schools and colleges and offers associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees to over 14,000 students. Within the Olin Business School are a Full time MBA, a Professional MBA, and an Executive MBA.
The Full time MBA is a 66 credit hour program, of which two thirds are elective courses in order to customize each student’s program to personal and professional goals. Students can choose among electives among the topics of consulting, corporate finance and investments, entrepreneurship, marketing, and operations and supply chain management. The Professional MBA is a flexible, evening and weekend program for students who work full time. The Executive MBA is designed for students with an average of 15 or more years of professional experience with academic opportunities within the US, Mumbai, India, Shanghai, and China.

#26 University of Washington Foster School of Business – Seattle, Washington

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The University of Washington is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1861 as the Territorial University of Washington. The UW started with less than 40 students and has grown to 16 colleges and schools, three campus, and educating over 47,000 students every year. Within UW’s highly acclaimed Foster School of Business are multiple programs for aspiring business leaders, including a Full time MBA, an Evening MBA, a Technology Management MBA, an Executive MBA, and a Global Executive MBA.
Foster’s Full time MBA is a two-year program with a curriculum that consists of fundamental business courses, an internship and project experience, international activities, research projects, and independent study. The Foster MBA offers students a choice of completing additional certificates, including: Entrepreneurship Certificate, Certificate in Global Business, Certificate in International Development Policy and Management, Environmental Management Certificate Program, and Nonprofit Management Certificate. Also available to Foster MBA students is an opportunity for maximizing the program into a dual degree, including: MBA/JD, MBA/MHA, MBA/MPAcc, and an MBA/MAIS.

#25 Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business – Columbus, Ohio

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Ohio State University is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1870 as the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College. Ohio State now offers a complete comprehensive university with more than 200 majors to over 64,000 students every year. Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business offers graduate students a Full Time MBA, an MBA for Working Professionals, an Executive MBA, and multiple MBA dual degree programs.
Fisher’s 57-credit full time MBA explores the important foundational business topics as well as offers the flexibility to tailor the program to meet individual goals. Majors within this program include: Finance, Financial Reporting and Analysis, International Business, Leadership and Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Operations and Logistics, and Strategy. Dual degrees available for MBA students include: MBA/MS in Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, MBA/MPA, MBA/JD, MBA/MHA, and an MBA/PharmD.

#24 Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business – Houston, Texas

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Rice University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was opened in 1912. What started as a school for just 77 students has grown to eight different academic schools engaging over 6,000 students every year. Of the many prestigious programs available at Rice, the Jones Graduate School of Business offers a full time Master of Business Administration, an MBA for Executives, and a flexible MBA for Professionals.
The Jones full time MBA is a 60-credit hour program is designed with the focus of students learning how to articulate problems, explore possible alternatives, and reaching the most effective solution. Courses begin with a comprehensive core group of classes covering finance, accounting, data analysis, and marketing to provide a foundation that all other curriculum will build upon. Also within the program is an Action Learning Project that allows MBA students to be involved in hands-on business opportunities and solutions. To round out the business curriculum, students will be able to direct their studies through nine to twelve credit hours of concentrations. Among the concentrations available are finance, marketing, accounting, health care, energy, management consulting, global business, entrepreneurship and real estate. Also available to MBA students are joint degree programs in Engineering, Science, and Medicine.

#23 University of Southern California Marshall School of Business – Los Angeles, California

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The University of Southern California is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that started in 1880 with 53 students. Over the past 134 years, USC has grown to one of the nation’s leading research universities and teach over 41,000 annually. Within the Marshall School of Business, USC offers graduate business students multiple Master of Business Administration programs.
Marshall’s full time MBA program is a traditional two-year program that consists of 63 units and a 10-day international experience. Marshall’s one year MBA is an accelerated, general management MBA for mid-career professionals. This program consists of 56 credits and a 10-day international business consulting project trip. Marshall’s part time MBA for Professionals and Managers is a three-year, 63-credit program with a 10-day international experience all designed for students who are fully employed. Marshall’s Executive MBA is a 21-month, 60 credit program designed to provide a deep generalist perspective for senior managers. Marshall’s Global Executive MBA is a 20-month program conducted in three to four locations, including Shanghai, Los Angeles, and additional locations in Asia.

#22 Georgetown University McDonough School of Business – Washington, District of Columbia

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Georgetown University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit Jesuit and Catholic university that was established in 1789. Georgetown was founded on the principles of equality, respect, and the education of the whole person, and they live this out in their education offered to the 17,000 students enrolled. Georgetown offers an extensive depth of curriculum offered through their nine schools, including the McDonough School of Business that trains tomorrow’s future leaders.
Offered at the McDonough School to business graduate students are a Full-Time Master of Business Administration Degree, and Evening MBA, and an Executive MBA. Full time MBA students can expect to hone analytical and persuasive skills, gain hands-on experience, acquire a global mindset, evaluate ethical decisions, and be better prepared for the business world. The MBA curriculum will be comprised of core business courses, global business consulting experience, and elective courses. The global business experience that students will participate in is a real-world consulting project with a Fortune 500 organization around the world. Then to expand the MBA curriculum to specific interests of the students, elective courses can be found in the topics of Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management, Operations and Information Management, and Strategy. Also available to McDonough MBA students are joint degree programs, including: MBA/JD, MBA/MSForeign Service, MBA/MD, and MBA/MPP.

#21 Emory University Goizueta Business School – Atlanta, Georgia

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Emory University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was founded in 1836 by the Methodist Episcopal Church. Today, Emory enrolls over 14,000 students through their nine schools and colleges. Emory stands as an internationally recognized liberal arts college and has a highly acclaimed Business School.
Emory’s Goizueta Business School offers a One-Year and a Two-Year Master of Business Administration. The curriculum will give the business students the confidence to make a difference in their organizations with intense academic preparation and hands on experience in the business field. These programs provide a unique curriculum with core business fundamentals, a summer internship, combined with electives in multiple fields. Both programs offer over 20 different concentrations within the academic areas of Accounting, Finance, Information Systems & Operations Management, Marketing, and Organization & Management. Courses include: Corporate Strategy and Mergers & Acquisitions, Ethics and Business, Leading and Managing Change, Multinational Firms and Strategy, Negotiations, Principled Leadership, and Strategic Networks.

#20 Indiana University—Bloomington Kelley School of Business – Bloomington, Indiana

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Indiana University—Bloomington is a 4-year public university that was founded in 1820 as the flagship campus of Indiana University’s eight campuses. Indiana University Bloomington offers more than 330 undergraduate and 190 graduate degree programs. IU Bloomington offers an AACSB-International accredited Master of Business Administration program through their highly acclaimed Kelley School of Business.
The Kelley MBA program is designed for students who want to be leaders in organizations and define corporate vision and strategy. Courses within this IU Bloomington MBA program include: International Competitive Strategy, International Management, Power, Persuasion, Influence & Negotiation, Management Consulting, Organizational Behavior & Leadership, and Strategic Management of Technology & Innovation. Also available to MBA students are joint degree options in Law, Telecommunications, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, East Asian Languages and Cultures, Russian and East European Languages and Cultures, West European Studies, and Central Eurasian Studies.

#19 University of Texas—Austin McCombs School of Business – Austin, Texas

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The University of Texas is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1883. UT Austin is one of the largest public universities in the country and a member of the greater University of Texas system. Over the last 130 years, UT Austin has grown to house 17 colleges and schools with 24,000 faculty and staff educating over 50,000 students. Within the McCombs School of Business at UT Austin, graduate students can choose between a full time, two year Master of Business Administration, a two and a half year evening MBA, and a two year Executive MBA.
The McCombs full time MBA is designed to develop high functioning critical thinkers, project managers, and team leaders. This program is focused on providing a strong core business curriculum through topics such as Analyzing the Business and Leading People, as well as Worldview of Business and Society, Responsibility and Integrity. On top of the core business fundamentals is the opportunity to mold the MBA experience through concentrations, including Investment Management, Social Enterprise, Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Healthcare, Information Management, Innovation Leadership, Consulting, and High Technology Marketing.

#18 University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill Kenan–Flagler Business School – Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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The University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill is a 4-year, public university that started teaching students in 1793. It was chartered in 1789 and opened its doors for students in 1795 as the nation’s first public university. Today UNC Chapel Hill offers 78 bachelor’s degrees, 112 master’s degrees, 68 doctorate degrees, and seven professional degrees, through 14 schools, to over 29,000 students on-campus as well as in virtual classrooms. Through UNC Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, students can enroll in a Master of Business Administration.
The Kenan-Flagler two year MBA consists of 63 credits. This flexible program is highly customizable after the first 13 core courses with a choice from career concentrations, enrichment concentrations, and focus areas. Concentrations available include: Corporate Finance, Management consulting, Marketing, operations Management, Energy, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, and Sustainable Enterprise. For further training and flexibility, MBA students can choose between the following dual degree programs: MBA/MCity and Regional Planning, MBA/MEnvironment, MBA/MInformation and Library Science, MBA/Juris Doctor, MBA/MD, MBA/PharmD, MBA/MHA & MBA/MSPublic Health, and MBA/MPublic Policy.

#17 Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Carnegie Mellon University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, research university that was founded in 1900. Today, Carnegie Mellon consists of seven academic schools offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs to over 13,000 students. Within the prestigious Tepper School of Business, students can enroll in a Master of Business Administration.
The Tepper MBA is delivered in three different formats, a 21-month full time MBA, a 32-month part time evening MBA, and a 32-month part time online hybrid MBA. Concentrations available within the Tepper MBA include: Entrepreneurship, Ethics and Social Responsibility, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Management, Operations Research, Organizational Behavior, Strategy, Accounting, Communications, Economics, and Finance. Further program customization available to MBA students include a choice of multiple dual degrees in the areas of Computational Finance, Software Engineering, Healthcare Policy, Juris Doctorate, Public Policy, and Engineering.

#16 University of Virginia Darden School of Business – Charlottesville, Virginia

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The University of Virginia is a 4-year, public university that was founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819. The University of Virginia was originally dedicated to educating leaders in practical affairs and public service and is now comprised of eleven schools that offer 56 bachelor’s degrees, 79 master’s degrees, five educational specialist degrees, two professional degrees, and 54 doctoral degrees to over 21,000 students. Within the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, students can enroll in a Master of Business Administration.
Darden’s MBA consists of foundation classes in global business leadership and concentration courses to not only make skilled managers and leaders, but expert specialists. Concentrations include: Asset Management/Sales & Trading, Corporate Finance/Investment Banking, Entrepreneurship, Strategy Consulting, Supply Chain Management, Corporate Innovation, Business Development and Growth, and Innovation for Sustainability. Also available to MBA are joint degree programs, including: MBA/JD, MBA/MD, MBA/Med in Innovation in Education Reform, MBA/MPP, MBA/MPH, MBA/MA in East Asian Studies, MBA/MA in Government or Foreign Affairs, MBA/MEngineering, MBA/MSN, and an MBA/PhD.

#15 Cornell University Johnson School of Business – Ithaca, New York

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Cornell University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, Ivy League university that was founded in 1865. Cornell is comprised of 14 schools and colleges and enrolls over 21,000 students every year. Among the 14 schools at Cornell is the Johnson School of Business, which has been teaching future business leaders since 1946. The curriculum at Johnson is based on key functional areas of business, analytical skills, decision-making skills, and flexible courses tailored to the interests of the students.
Offered at Johnson are a two-year and a one-year Master of Business Administration degree plan. The two-year MBA is 21-months long and consists of 14 core courses and a summer internship. This program is design to be wide and deep, covering a wide array of business topics and allowing the students to formulate their expertise. The one-year MBA is 12-months long and designed for experienced professionals looking to advance to senior management. Both programs offer a wide variety of concentration to choose from, including Global Management, Consulting, Leadership, and Strategy. Because of the flexibility of the Johnson MBA, students are also given the choice of a dual graduate degree in Law, Industrial and Labor Relations, Engineering, Medicine, Real Estate, or Health Administration.

#14 New York University Stern School of Business – New York, New York

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New York University is a 4-year, private nonprofit university that was founded in 1831. NYU has grown to five major centers, 18 schools and colleges, 25 academic degrees, and over 40,000 students. NYU’s prestigious Stern School of Business offers graduate students a customizable Master of Business Administration. This 60-credit program consists of flexible core curriculum, a choice of up to three specializations, a summer internship, and a Leadership Development Initiative. Core courses include: Financial Accounting & Reporting, Statistics & Data Analysis, Leadership in Organizations, Marketing, Operations Management, The Global Economy, and Professional responsibility. Stern offers an option of over 20 specializations to choose from, including: Corporate Finance, Entertainment, Media and Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Global Business, Leadership and Change Management, Marketing, Product Management, and Social Innovation and Impact.

#13 University of California—Los Angeles Anderson School of Management – Los Angeles, California

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The University of California—Los Angeles is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1919 as the University of California’s southern branch. What was originally founded to offer two-year teacher training programs, now offers over 100 separate academic programs by eleven professional schools to over 42,000 students. Within the multitude of offerings at the Los Angeles campus are multiple business programs available within the Anderson School of Management focused on educating the managers of tomorrow.
Anderson offers a Fully Employed Master of Business Administration (FEMBA), as well as an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA), a Global EMBA for Asia Pacific, and a Global EMBA for the Americas. The FEMBA degree offers multiple scheduling options for students who are fully employed. This program consists of nine core management courses, a field study with international clients, and nine electives. Specializations offered within the FEMBA include: Accounting, Corporate Finance, Easton Technology Leadership, Entertainment, Entrepreneurship, Global Management, Healthcare Management, Kayne Investment Management, Leaders in Sustainability, and Real Estate.
The EMBA offered through Anderson focuses on Executive Leadership and Strategic Management. This program is designed to develop executives to be stronger global business leaders. The curriculum within this program emphasizes integral topics of teamwork, technology, management, and a global perspective.

#12 University of Michigan Ross School of Business – Ann Arbor, Michigan

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The University of Michigan is a 4-year, public university that was founded in 1817. Over almost two centuries the University of Michigan has grown to 19 schools and colleges to over 43,000 students every year. Among the academic schools at Michigan is the highly esteemed Ross School of Business. Michigan Ross has over 90 years of experience educating tomorrow’s business leaders.
Michigan Ross offers a Full Time MBA, Evening MBA, Weekend MBA, Executive MBA, and a Global MBA. The Full Time MBA is a two-year program that requires 57 credits. This program combines core courses, hands on experience with MAP projects, elective courses, and semester exchange experiences with each component requiring the analytic rigor that Michigan Ross is known for. Also available to the MBA students are a choice of 23 different established dual degrees, including: engineering, education, social work, public policy, public health, and law.

#11 Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business – Hanover, New Hampshire

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Dartmouth College is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, Ivy League college that was founded in 1769 as an institute to educate Native Americans. Today, Dartmouth is a tight-knit liberal arts college with some of the most prestigious schools in the country, including the Geisel School of Medicine, the Thayer School of Engineering, and the Tuck School of Business. The Tuck School of Business was the first graduate school of management and today sits as a world-renowned business school.
Tuck offers an education focused on learning, collaboration, and sharing. The only degree offered at Tuck is a Master of Business Administration. This MBA program will develop students into managers that will lead organizations. Classes within the core curriculum include: Analysis for General Managers, Capital Markets, Decision Science, Analysis & Reporting, Leading Individuals & Teams, Leading Organizations, and Management Communication. Also available to MBA students are joint and dual degrees, including: MD/MBA, MPH/MBA, PHD/MBA, MBA/MA, MBA/MALD, MBA/MELP, MBA/MPA and MBA/MPA/ID, and MBA/MPP.

#10 Yale University School of Management – New Haven, Connecticut

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Yale University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, Ivy League university that was chartered in 1701. This prestigious university offers a rich education to over 11,000 students every year. Within the highly acclaimed Yale School of Management is a Master of Business Administration. Students can expect to receive a curriculum steeped in a broad global understanding, real world complexities, business management foundations, and organizational perspectives. This MBA program consists of core courses, a global study, and elective courses to personalize the program to specific interests and future goals. Core courses within this program include: Managing Groups and Teams, Modeling Managerial Decisions, Probability Modeling and Statistics, Introduction to Negotiation, Basics of Accounting, and Basics of Economics.

#9 Duke University Fuqua School of Business – Durham, North Carolina

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Duke University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that traces it roots back to The Union Institute in 1838. Today, this prestigious school houses 10 different academic schools and colleges and engages over 1600 undergraduate and over 3300 professional students in rigorous academic programs every year. Among their colleges available for study, is the Fuqua School of Business, which was established in 1969.
Within the Fuqua School are daytime, global, and executive MBAs, as well as joint degree programs. The daytime MBA consists of ten core courses, 14 concentration options, two certificate options, and can be completed in 22 months. The curriculum is designed to teach analytical skills as well as theoretical grounding within a globally focused environment. Concentrations available include: Decision Sciences, Energy and Environment, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Financial Analysis, Leadership and Ethics, Operations Management, Social Entrepreneurship, and Strategy. Joint degrees available to the daytime MBA student includes: an MBA/JD with the School of Law, an MB/MD with the School of Medicine, an MBA/MEM and MBA/MF with the School of the Environment, and an MBA/MPP with the School of Public Policy.

#8 University of California—Berkeley Haas School of Business – Berkeley, California

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The University of California—Berkeley is a 4-year, public university and was chartered in 1868 as the University of California’s flagship campus. This campus sits in Berkeley, in the Bay Area, and educates over 36,000 students every year. UC-Berkeley is comprised of 14 colleges and schools, 130 academic departments, and 34 graduate groups that all offer degrees.
Within the distinguished UC-Berkeley Haas School of Business is a Master of Business Administration degree for innovative leaders. The Berkeley MBA focuses on developing leadership skills, providing a rigorous management curriculum, and developing managers who add significant value to their organizations. This 51-credit hour program, taught over four 15-week semesters, covers 12 core business fundamental courses, a real-world innovation requirement, and specialized electives. Students can choose electives around an area of emphasis in order to tailor the program to meet their needs. Areas of emphasis include: Strategy/Consulting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Energy and Clean Technology, Entrepreneurship, Global Management, Health Management, Social Sector Leadership, and Real Estate.

#7 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management – Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was incorporated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1861. MIT has over 150 years of educational excellence and today teaches over 11,000 students every year. MIT is comprised of a School of Architecture and Planning, School of Engineering, School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, MIT Sloan School of Management, School of Science, and MIT’s joint program in Oceanography and Applied Ocean Science and Engineering.
Among the highly recognized programs within the Sloan School of Management is a Master of Business Administration. This program combines innovative ideas with hands on active learning. The core curriculum consists of the following courses: Economic Analysis for Business Decisions, Data, Models, and Decisions, Communication for Leaders, Organizational Processes, and Financial Accounting. After the core courses, students can choose between three special academic tracks as well as the Sustainability Certificate. The academic tracks available include: the Enterprise Management Track, the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Track, and the Finance Track. Also available to MBA students are joint degree programs through the MIT School of Engineering and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

#6 Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management – Evanston, Illinois

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Northwestern University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was founded in 1851. The campus at Evanston is the main Northwestern campus with additional campuses in Chicago, Doha, and Qatar. What started out as a school for 10 students is now a university with 12 schools and colleges educating over 21,000 students every year.
Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management offers a Master of Business Administration program to prepare students for advanced management and executive positions. This MBA allows students to develop management and leadership skills with the flexibility to mold their educational experience. There is a one-year Accelerated MBA and two-year MBA option and a choice of seven majors. Majors include: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Operations, Strategy, and Managing Organizations. Also available to MBA students is a joint MBA/JD degree, which allows students to complete a business and law degree in almost half the time.

#5 Columbia University Columbia Business School – New York, New York

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Columbia University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, Ivy League University that was founded in 1754. Columbia was originally founded as King’s College by a charter of King George II. Today, Columbia houses 21 academic schools and provides an exceptional education to over 29,000 students.
The Columbia Business School offers a competitive full time Master of Business Administration degree. This degree consists of 18 credits of required core business courses and 42 credits of electives that students can complete over two years. This competitive program will build a solid foundation for success in the global business world. Core courses include: Lead: people, teams, organizations, Managerial Statistics, Business Analytics, Strategy Formulation, Marketing, Finance, Global Economic Environment, and Operations Management. Dual degree programs available to MBA students include: MBA/DDS, MBA/JD, MBA/MD, MBA/MPH, MBA/MS in Urban Planning, MBA/MS in Nursing, and MBA/MS in Social Work.

#4 University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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The University of Pennsylvania is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, Ivy League university that was chartered in 1755, which was proposed by Benjamin Franklin. The University of Pennsylvania is stated to be first American university as well as the first medical school in the American colonies. Today, the University of Pennsylvania educates over 24,000 students and awards over 100 different degrees every year.
At the Wharton School of Business, you will find one of the most prestigious Master’s of Business Administration in the country. This MBA offers a broad, but rigorous general management foundation, with the opportunity to mold your degree to one or two business areas. The 9-credit hours of core curriculum lays the business foundation including courses focusing on the following skills: accounting, finance, marketing, management, operations, statistics, and microeconomics, leadership, ethics, and communication. The elective courses include 10-credit hours with a choice of 18 majors and over 200 elective courses. Majors for students to choose includes: Business Economics and Public Policy, Entrepreneurial Management, Environmental and Risk Management, Health Care Management, Management, Marketing, Statistics, and Strategic Management.

#3 University of Chicago Booth School of Business – Chicago, Illinois

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The University of Chicago is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was founded in 1890 by the American Baptist Education Society and John D. Rockefeller. The University of Chicago is comprised of five divisions and six professional schools that provide an exceptional education to over 15,000 students annually. Within the Booth School of Business, students will gain an education that is described as intensely collaborative. This type of experience will allow business students to join in thoughtful discussion to analyze problems, gain new insights, and find creative solutions.
Booth offers business graduate students a full-time Master of Business Administration degree. This 21-month program is designed to build effective leaders. The flexible curriculum will cover the core business fundamentals of finance and management and then allows students to choose from 13 different concentrations, as well as joint degrees and certifications, to design a program to meet their specific needs. Concentrations available include: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, International Business, Marketing Management, Operations Management, Economics, and Managerial and Organizational Behavior.
Joint degrees include MPP, JD, MD, and MA from Chicago’s graduate schools in law, medicine, public policy, or social services administration. Chicago Booth gives the opportunity of a joint degree in international relations or area studies with expertise in areas such as Eastern Europe/Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, or South Asia. And for the future health administrators, MBA students can earn a certificate in Health Administration and Policy.

#2 Harvard University Business School – Boston, Massachusetts

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Harvard University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit, Ivy League university that was established in 1636. Harvard is stated as the oldest institution of higher education in the US and has, over the years, remained one of the most prestigious universities in the country. Today, Harvard consists of 12 degree-granting schools, the largest academic library in the world, and educates 21,000 students every year.
Within the Harvard Business School, students can enroll in a Master of Business Administration program. The curriculum within this program is based upon the Case Method with strategic Field Immersion Experiences for Leadership Development (FIELD). The Case Method throughout the curriculum will allow students to develop strong analyzing, decision-making, and leadership skills. The FIELD courses will give students opportunities to translate their ideas into practice. Also available to MBA students are cross-registration opportunities and joint degree programs. Cross registration programs include graduate programs at the Sloan School of Business at MIT and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, in conjunction with the Harvard Business School. There are five joint degree programs available to MBA students: MBA/Master of Public Policy, MBA/Master of Public Administration-International Development, MBA/Juris Doctor, MBA/Doctor of Medicine, and an MBA/Doctor of Dental Medicine.

#1 Stanford University Graduate School of Business – Stanford, California

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Stanford University is a 4-year, private, nonprofit university that was opened in 1891. Since its inception, Stanford has become one of the world’s premier teaching and research university and is dedicated to prepare students for leadership. Stanford is comprised of seven schools and educates over 16,000 students every year. Within Stanford’s prestigious Graduate School of Business, future business leaders can find highly acclaimed business education and training.
Stanford’s Graduate School of Business offers a 2-year, full time Master of Business Administration as well as multiple joint and dual degree programs. This MBA starts with a year of foundational management courses and a global experience requirement. This first year is focused on developing advanced managerial skills and understanding managing in a global context. The second year of this MBA is focused on electives in order for the student to customize their degree. Students can use these elective to focus on subjects such as accounting, marketing, operations, information technology or human resources, or use the elective component to complete a joint or dual degree. Available joint degrees include: JD/MBA, MA Education/MBA, MPP/MBA, MS in Computer Science/MBA, MS in Electrical Engineering/MBA, and an MS in Environment and Resources/MBA. Available dual degrees include: MA in International Policy Studies/MBA and an MD/MBA.

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