Ross MBA Programs Remain Among World's Best
The Ross School's Executive and Part-time MBA programs place among Bloomberg Businessweek's Top 10 again.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.—The Ross School's Executive MBA and Part-time MBA programs are ranked once again among the Top 10 worldwide by Bloomberg Businessweek.
In its newly released 2011 rankings of both executive and part-time programs, the magazine placed the Ross Executive MBA at No. 6 and the Ross Part-time MBA (which includes both the evening and weekend formats) at No. 9.
The Ross EMBA has now ranked among Businessweek's Top 10 five straight times, while the Ross PTMBA has been in the Top 10 both times the school has participated.
Businessweek's executive MBA rankings are based on surveys of EMBA graduates and program directors. Responses by graduates account for 65 percent of the final ranking, while the survey of program directors contributes 35 percent.
The magazine's rankings for part-time MBA programs are based on a 50-question student satisfaction survey and a six-part academic quality questionnaire completed by the schools. The school survey measures GMAT scores, work experience, number of tenured faculty, class size of core courses, number of electives, and program completion rates.
Businessweek also released new rankings for Executive Education programs. The Ross School's custom enrollment (No. 12) and open enrollment (No. 15) programs rated highly.
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