Michigan State University’s Broad College of Business Executive MBA Program ranked no. 21 in the 2016 Poets & Quants ranking of the best American executive MBA programs.
Poets & Quants releases a composite ranking based on the world’s three major executive MBA rankings: U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, and the Economist. Each of these was weighted at a third of the overall ranking, and international schools were omitted from the source rankings.
The ranking for Broad’s EMBA reflects a ranking of no. 19 in the Financial Times and no. 29 in the Economist 2015 rankings when only U.S. programs are considered.
“We are very pleased to be recognized among the nation’s best executive MBA programs. As the oldest public university EMBA in the U.S., we have spent more than 50 years shaping and evolving an innovative curriculum that assists students in transforming their high potential into high performance,” said Cheri DeClercq, assistant dean for MBA programs.
The EMBA program joins Broad’s Full-Time MBA, which ranked No. 25 in the full-time ranking released in November 2015, as part of the top 25 American programs recognized by Poets & Quants.