The Katz Graduate School of Business’ Master of Business Administration program has been ranked 30th in the world — rising 23 spots to its highest ranking to date — in a new 2020-21 survey of full-time MBA programs by The Economist. The Katz MBA also ranked No. 13 among U.S. public universities and No. 20 in the nation.
The annual rankings are based on a combination of quantitative data provided by the schools, ratings by current MBA students and alumni on career opportunities, educational experience and personal growth, increase in salary and alumni networking opportunities.
“Top 30 in the world is an incredible achievement for our MBA program and for the Pitt Business community as a whole,” said Dean Arjang A. Assad. “The rigor, quality, individualized service and reputation of the Katz MBA is evident. And we have the rankings to support it.”