Johns Hopkins Ranked 10th in National Universities Rankings
In the latest U.S. News & World Report “National Universities” rankings, Johns Hopkins University, home of the Carey Business School, climbed two spots, from No. 12 to a tie for 10th, which is up from 12th last year and 16th as recently as 2006.
“At Johns Hopkins, we are committed to nurturing the best young minds in an environment that prizes intellectual creativity, discovery, and service to our world,” President Ronald J. Daniels said in an online statement.
In 1916, Johns Hopkins University added business and engineering courses to a separate division of the university, offering collegiate-level instruction to part-time students. On December 4, 2006, Johns Hopkins University trustees, in response to a $50 million gift from William Polk Carey, voted to establish a new business school dedicated to producing innovative leaders with broad, interdisciplinary knowledge. The new Carey Business School opened January 1, 2007, continuing the Johns Hopkins tradition of bringing innovative business management programs to the ever-changing workplace. Today, Carey offers a full-time traditional MBA in addition to the part-time Professional MBA and Executive MBA.
The U.S. News rankings are based on three types of data: quality assessment from dean and director surveys, statistical indicators that measure employment salary and placement success, and student selectivity. For more information on how these rankings are calculated, visit the U.S. News “National Universities” website.
For more information specific to Johns Hopkins MBA program’s rankings, make sure to check out Johns Hopkins MBA Rankings: A Comprehensive Overview.