Rankings play an important and challenging role in business education. They provide a useful way of tracking our progress as Weatherhead seeks to improve performance in teaching, research, student placements and reputation. They also provide important information for students, prospective students and alumni.
According to the 2016 U.S. News and World Report rankings, Case Western Reserve University is rated as the best university in the state of Ohio. Learn more about the University's rankings.
Weatherhead Top Rankings
Additional Rankings by Program
- #39 Undergraduate Business Program in the U.S. U.S. News & World Report, 2016
- #33 in the U.S. Expansión [CNN], 2015
- #35 globally America Economia, 2015
- #47 in the U.S. The Economist, 2015
- #55 globally Expansión [CNN], 2015
- #62 in the U.S. Poets and Quants, 2014
- #63 in the U.S. U.S. News & World Report, 2016
- #84 in the U.S. Businessweek, 2014
- #86 globally The Economist, 2015
- #34 globally The Economist, 2015
Because Weatherhead is small, and because some rankings do not evaluate a school unless its program is larger than a certain class size, we are occasionally left out of an evaluation; such an omission is not a reflection on the quality of our programs.
To learn more about the rankings process, please visit:
- The Business School Rankings Dilemma, AACSB’s comprehensive report developed by an international task force of business school educators and administrators
- Guide to Rankings, a resource website prepared by Wake Forest
- Caution and Controversy, an article with embedded links to multiple resources prepared by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign