Professional Evening MBA Program is the highest ranked part-time MBA program based in Boston
U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Graduate Schools Rankings released March 30th. Boston University Questrom School of Business has again been recognized for the strength of its MBA programs.
In the part-time MBA ranking, the Questrom Professional Evening MBA jumped nine places overall, to 34th, becoming the highest ranked part-time MBA program based in Boston. Questrom’s part-time program, one of the largest in the area, is valued by students seeking a rigorous MBA experience, which will positively impact their leadership trajectory and career growth. This year also saw an increase in Questrom’s peer reputational score in the part-time market, further showcasing the strength of the Questrom MBA. The U.S. News part-time ranking considers perceptions of peer academic leaders as well as measures of student quality and experience.
The Full-Time MBA was also recognized as a top program, placing 50th overall, a drop of two places from last year. The full-time ranking considers perceptions of recruiters and academic leaders as well as the quality of incoming students and graduates’ employment outcomes. Again, Questrom saw a year over year increase in its peer reputational score.
In the republished U.S. News ranking of Health Care Management Programs originally ranked in 2019, Questrom’s Health Sector MBA is ranked among the top five of Health Care Management Programs based in business schools, and 28th among all programs.
“We continue to innovate across our portfolio of graduate programs to meet student needs. Beginning in Fall 2021, we will introduce a major revision of our core curriculum in both programs. This year we’ve successfully launched our Career Pathways, which allow students to tailor the MBA to meet their academic, personal and career goals with flexible and broad elective options, building on a rigorous core experience” said Barb Bickart, Associate Professor & Senior Associate Dean of Graduate Programs. “In addition, students have the option to pursue our popular specialized MBA programs in Health Sector Management and Social Impact, as well as our dual degree MBA + MS in Digital Technology.”
Complete information on the US News Graduate School Ranking, including methodology, can be found on the US News website.