The Full-Time MBA program in Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business remains ranked in the top public programs by U.S. News & World Report, according to its rankings released Tuesday. Broad was ranked among the top 17 MBA programs in public colleges nationwide, and 37th overall.
In the specialty rankings, Broad maintained its No. 2 spot in its master of supply chain management program. The program has been ranked second since this ranking debuted in 2004.
Broad graduate programs also ranked in these specialties:
- Production/Operations – 12
- International Business – 21
The Broad College undergraduate business program held its no. 11 ranking among public universities and was no. 22 overall in the “2016” rankings of such programs.
The Broad College continued to be ranked No. 1 in undergraduate supply chain management. Other Broad undergraduate programs also ranked in these specialties:
- Production/Operations – 8
- Accounting – 12
- International Business – 17
- Management – 20
- Finance – 29
The U.S. News ranking is based on three primary measures: quality assessment (what business school deans and recruiters think about the program), placement success (average starting salaries, signing bonuses, and employment rates), and student selectivity (GMAT scores, undergraduate GPAs, and acceptance rates). Specialty rankings are based solely on the ratings of educators at peer schools.
For the full 2016 Best Business Schools rankings, please visit http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com. A premium subscription is required to view the complete “business specialties” rankings.