Rutgers Executive MBA ranked among best in North America

Tuesday, June 21, 2011


The Rutgers Executive MBA Program was recently ranked #23 in Poets and Quant’s Best Executive MBA Programs in North America. The ranking equally weights the latest rankings by BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and U.S. News & World Report. Rutgers EMBA outranked other premier schools such as Penn State, Pepperdine, and Temple. 

The globally ranked Rutgers Executive MBA program is specifically designed to provide you with the theoretical tools, the practical insights, and the vital hands-on skills essential to compete in this challenging environment. The twenty month learning experience is tailored for managers like you who wish to remain on the job while obtaining your MBA. Rutgers' prestige, history (it is the eighth oldest institution of higher learning in the United States), and its international reputation have all been leveraged to give you an MBA program of uncompromising quality.

Congratulations to the Rutgers EMBA team and its talented students!


More EMBA rankings:

The Wall Street Journal
September 2010 - The Wall Street Journal ranks Rutgers EMBA #21 among the Best Executive MBA Programs and #1 in Administrative Assistance. (Details) Read the recent WSJ interview with the EMBA Director, Farrokh Langdana here.

The Wall Street Journal ranks Rutgers EMBA # 8 in the US in 5-year Return on Investment. (Details) (View Rankings Chart)

 The Wall Street Journal ranks Rutgers #20 among the top 25 executive MBA programs worldwide. (Details) (View Rankings Chart)

Financial Times
April 2011 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #3 in Economics, #7 in Strategy, and #10 in Career Progress. (Details) (View Rankings Chart)
April 2010 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #13 in US and #46 in the World. (Details) (View Rankings Chart)

 BusinessWeek Ranks Rutgers EMBA “Best” in Finance, Strategy. (Details) (View Rankings Chart)

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