TCU MBA again ranks in the top 50 in the world in the largest group of full-time MBA programs ranked to date by Bloomberg Businessweek. Out of 138 schools surveyed, 85 U.S. and 27 international schools were ranked. TCU/Neeley MBA is No. 49. Duke/Fuqua is No. 1.
Bloomberg Businessweek revamped the ranking methodology for 2014, with the result that many graduate business schools moved up and down the list dramatically.
“That TCU stayed in the top 50 is testament to the consistent quality of our MBA program,” Bill Cron, associate dean of graduate programs, pointed out.
Bloomberg Businessweek’s MBA rankings for 2014 are based on three measures: a survey of students (45 percent of the ranking); a survey of employers who hire graduates (45 percent); and the expertise of faculty as measured by research published in respected journals (10 percent).
“Our students consistently say that a TCU MBA is a worthwhile investment of their time and money. Employers say that TCU MBAs demonstrate solid professional, teamwork and leadership skills, year after year. And our esteemed faculty have been ranked tops in the world two years in a row,” Cron said. “Speaking on behalf of TCU MBA students, faculty, staff and school leadership, we are proud of this quality track record.”
In other recent TCU MBA rankings news, The Economist ranks TCU MBA 2nd in the world for faculty quality, 20th in the world for career services and 38th in the U.S. overall. The Princeton Review ranks TCU MBA 4th in the nation for Most Competitive Students.
For more information about TCU MBA programs, visit www.mba.tcu.edu.