The part-time MBA program at Weatherhead School of Management continues to improve its national ranking, moving into a 22nd position in the recently released 2020 U.S. News & World Report list.
The program climbed eight spots this year from 30, achieving its highest-ever ranking on the list. This increase marks the second major rankings jump for the part-time program in two years, with last year’s U.S. News ranking skyrocketing from 63rd to 30th.
“For the second consecutive year, Weatherhead’s part-time MBA program has been recognized for its excellence,” said Manoj Malhotra, Dean of the Weatherhead School of Management. “Our focus on building curriculum that aligns with industry needs offers students a unique pathway to make an impact on their organizations and in their careers.”
The full-time MBA program ranked 74, a drop from last year's 55 spot but an increase from the year prior's rank of 77.
The rankings are based off of several factors, including peer assessment score from deans at other universities, average undergraduate GPA, average GMAT and GRE scores and more.
View the full rankings here.
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