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June 26, 1997

Pitt's MBA program falls in Computerworld's rankings

Both Pitt and Carnegie Mellon University dropped in Computerworld's second annual survey of the nation's 25 top techno Master's of Business Administration programs.

In the weekly newspaper's latest survey, Pitt fell from 9th to 17th, while Carnegie Mellon dropped from second to third place.

Computerworld based its rankings on a poll of 3,000 corporate recruiters and 323 business school deans. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology was ranked No. 1 in the survey.

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