ATLANTA — U.S. News & World Report released its annual rankings of graduate business schools today, which includes the Full-Time, Evening and Executive MBA programs at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.
The Evening program ranked 25th in the United States. The program has ranked in the U.S. News Top 25 for 11 straight years. The Full-Time MBA program was down just one spot from last year, landing at No. 20. The Executive MBA program tied for No. 17.
“It is an honor to see our MBA programs remain among the best in the United States,” Dean Erika James said. “However, beyond the recognition, rankings provide valuable insight. Metrics used in rankings show areas we can improve compared to our peers. They also show where we have — and can build upon — success.”
Data from the Class of 2016 was used in the ranking, which is determined, in part, by reputation surveys, GMAT scores, GPAs of entering students and work experience.
- U.S. News and World Report rankings homepage
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- Complete rankings methodology
About Emory University’s Goizueta Business School
Business education has been an integral part of Emory University’s identity since 1919. That kind of longevity and significance does not come without a culture built around success and service. Emory University’s Goizueta Business School offers a unique, community-oriented environment paired with the academic prestige and of a major research institution. Goizueta trains business leaders of today and tomorrow with an Undergraduate degree program, a Two-Year Full-Time MBA, a One-Year MBA, an Evening MBA, an Executive MBA (Weekend and Modular formats), a Doctoral degree and a portfolio of non-degree Emory Executive Education courses. Together, the Goizueta community strives to solve the world’s most pressing business problems. The school is named for the late Roberto C. Goizueta, former Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company. For more information, visit goizueta.emory.edu or follow us on Twitter (@emorygoizueta).