Ross School's Executive MBA Remains Among Best
EMBA retains its No. 4 ranking in BusinessWeek's biennial rankings.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.—For the second straight time, the Executive MBA program at the Ross School of Business ranks No. 4 in the world, according to the 2007 BusinessWeek survey.
The biennial rankings are based on surveys of EMBA graduates and program directors. The Ross School ranked second in the graduate poll of nearly 2,700 students, receiving A+ grades for teaching quality and curriculum and an A for career services support. EMBA program directors, who were asked to list their top 10 programs, ranked the Ross School fifth overall.
"The Ross EMBA is an excellent program for managers aspiring to the top levels of organizations," said Susan Ashford, associate dean for Leadership Programming and the Executive MBA program. "These rankings are a wonderful affirmation from our graduates regarding the value they see in their Ross MBA."
Complete rankings: http://bwnt.businessweek.com/interactive_reports/bschool_emba_2007
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