The Katz Graduate School of Business’ MBA program jumped from 64th in 2010 to 39th in 2019, making it one of the top five movers in the composite rankings compiled by Poets & Quants.
The composite MBA ranking is based on a weighted average of rankings from U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, the Financial Times, The Economist, and Businessweek.
The Katz MBA program also has been consistently ranked in the Top 20 by Poets & Quants for the last six years — currently at 17th among public programs in the U.S.
In an article titled “10 Years of P&Q MBA Rankings: Who Sits On Top?,” Katz’s rise in the rankings is attributed to its continuous evolution of new experience-based learning opportunities, new courses, and new programs to adapt to the ever-changing business world.
“We have been fortunate in that the quality, enthusiasm and energy of our students coupled with an emphasis on staff, faculty, alumni and community partners mentoring students, broadening their career horizons, has resulted in great employment opportunities,” said Sara B. Moeller, associate dean for Graduate Programs, in an article on the Katz website.
To learn more about where Katz graduate programs stand against the competition, please visit the stats and rankings page.