Three Goizueta MBA Programs Ranked in Top 25 From U.S. News & World Report

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U.S. News & World Report recently released its annual ranking of graduate business schools. Emory University’s Goizueta Business School ranked in the top 25 in three categories. These three graduate programs have been in the top 25 of this report for nearly ten years. This year, the university’s full-time MBA program was ranked 21st. The part-time, evening program ranked 15th and the executive program ranked 23rd.


Dean Erika James gave her thoughts on the rankings to the Goizueta news site. “I’m proud our programs are consistently listed among the top 25,” James said. “At Goizueta, we are committed to excellence. Rankings are important because they provide valuable insights to our programs, including areas that may require improvement. I’m pleased with our performance in key areas including increased starting salaries and higher GMAT scores for our incoming students.”

Data from the Class of 2014 was used for the full-time ranking, which relies on metrics including GMAT scores, recruiter surveys, salary/bonus data and job and internship acceptance rate three months post graduation. Surveys are also sent to deans and directors at other business schools who are asked to rate academic quality at other accredited programs. The part-time rank is determined, in part, by reputation surveys, GMAT scores, GPAs of entering students and work experience. The Executive program is considered a specialty rank by U.S. News and ranked based on peer voting.


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