In U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Graduate Schools Rankings, Boston University Questrom School of Business has been recognized for the strength of its MBA programs.
The Full-Time MBA increased its overall rank by 2 places, moving up to 42nd overall. This exceptionally competitive ranking considers the assessment of recruiters and academic leaders as well as the quality of incoming students and employment success of graduates.
In the part-time MBA ranking, the Questrom Professional Evening MBA jumped 10 places overall, to 32nd. As one of the largest part time MBA programs in Boston, the program is increasingly valued by students seeking a rigorous MBA program that will positively impact their leadership and career growth. In creating the part time ranking, U.S. News considers the assessment of academic leaders and student quality measures.
In the U.S. News ranking of Health Care Management Programs, released in 2018, Questrom’s Health Sector MBA is ranked 17th among all programs, and is one of the top ranked business schools in this area.
“Today, more than ever, the needs of employers and students are rapidly changing and we continually strive to enhance and innovate across our programs to meet those needs. We were very pleased that despite the incredible competition among MBA programs nationally, our ranking increased in both the full time and part time programs” said Kenneth Freeman, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean. “Rankings are inherently imperfect, but we appreciate the acknowledgement of the quality and reputation of our students, program, and alumni. This ranking was driven by the exceptional faculty, staff, and students who bring incredible talent to our programs and are committed to creating value for the world.”
Take a look at the U.S. News & World Report rankings for different programs: