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Points of Pride

Graduate Programs

Aspen Institute/Beyond Grey Pinstripes, 2011 - 2012
9th in the United States
11th Worldwide

Economist, “Which MBA?” October 2011
41st in North America for Global MBA Programs
1st Worldwide for Diversity of Recruiters
7th Worldwide for Breadth of Alumni Network
35th Worldwide for Student Diversity

U.S. News & World Report, “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” March 2011
52nd in the United States, Full-Time
36th in the United States, Part-Time

BusinessWeek, “Best U.S. B-Schools for 2010,” November 2010
Top 52 MBA Programs

Wall Street Journal, September 2007
45th Regional Full-Time MBA Program

Princeton Review, “Best 301 Business Schools,” October 2009
2nd in Greatest Opportunity for Women

Women 3.0, January 2008
Top 50 MBA Programs for Entrepreneurship

World Tourism Organization
TedQual: Excellence in Tourism Education

Forbes, “Best Business Schools: Where your investment in an MBA
pays off the most,” August 2009
73rd in the United States

TopMBA, October 2010
15th Worldwide for Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
47th in North America for MBA Programs

 

Undergraduate Programs

U.S. News & World Report, "America's Best Colleges," September 2011
5th Undergraduate International Business Specialty

BusinessWeek, "The Best Undergrad B-Schools," March 2011
59th Overall in the United States
19th in the United States for Academic Quality

BusinessWeek, “Top Undergraduate Business Schools by Specialty,” May 2011
8th Undergraduate International Business Specialty
21st Undergraduate Corporate Strategy

U.S. News & World Report, "America's Best Colleges," August 2010
7th Undergraduate International Business Specialty
34th Undergraduate Business Program

Fortune Small Business, "America's Best Colleges for Entrepreneurs," September 2007
Best 24 Colleges for Double Majors
Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Initiative