Rutgers Business School ranked: Top B-Schools for MBA Pay by Bloomberg Businessweek
The Rutgers Business School MBA program was recently ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek on a list of “Top B-Schools for MBA Pay.” Rutgers MBA graduates accumulated a median cash compensation of $2.2 million in a 20-year period according to the report, ranking it #33 out of 57 top business schools profiled. Nationwide, there are 502 AACSB-accredited MBA programs. This adds to the school’s recent ranking on U.S. News & World Report‘s “Where the Fortune 500 CEOs Went to School.”
“Rutgers Business School’s MBA program has an exceptional return-on-investment,” said Sharon Lydon, Executive Director of MBA Programs. “We are extremely sensitive to the changing demands of the corporate world, particularly in designing new curricula so that our students not only survive, but also thrive, in this hyper-competitive, global workplace. Rutgers’ strategic location in the tri-state area and strong ties with our alumni base facilitate strong relationships with employers seeking MBAs in supply chain, marketing, finance, pharma, R&D, and consulting.”
Rutgers Business School MBA programs provide a quality, AACSB-accredited education at a state-school price that help students advance their careers or give them the tools to start the business they’ve been dreaming about. With options like the Traditional Full-Time MBA, and the Flex MBA (full or part-time), the Rutgers MBA program fits a variety of needs. And if the school’s 10 MBA concentrations and 10 dual-degree programs don’t fit a particular passion, students have the option to customize an MBA concentration by using Rutgers’ 270+ degree programs to partner with.
Geographically situated at the center of global business, RBS has high access to the top executives leading the world's largest corporations who serve as guest speakers and hire Rutgers MBA grads. Our strong partnerships with these corporations are central to the RBS experience. The MBA program opens up a strong network of prestigious alumni that is more than 33,000 strong. Some alumni include: Sheri McCoy, the CEO of Avon, Bill Rasmussen, the founder of ESPN, Tom Renyi, the former CEO of the Bank of New York Mellon, and Heath Ahrens, the CEO of iSpeech.
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