Rockhurst's Management MBA Ranked Among Nation's Best by U.S. News & World ReportMarch 13, 2013

U.S. News & World Report has released their 2014 Best Graduate Schools rankings, listing Rockhurst University’s Helzberg School of Management at #21 among the best business schools for management.

The rankings, released Tuesday, March 12, are largely determined by expert opinions on program excellence and statistical indicators that measure the quality of a university’s faculty, research and students.

“Two years ago, we redesigned our Management MBA to focus on leader formation, high-impact business projects built into the curriculum, and professional development,” said Cheryl McConnell, interim dean of the Helzberg School of Management. “While we will continue to measure our Management MBA programs’ quality by the success of our students, we are honored to receive this national recognition based on nominations from our peer, accredited business programs.”

The Helzberg School of Management is the only Management MBA in the region to be included in these rankings. The top Management MBA programs are Harvard University (No. 1); Stanford University (No. 2); University of Pennsylvania (No. 3); University of Virginia (No. 4); Northwestern University (No. 5); University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (No. 6); University of California - Berkeley (No. 7); Dartmouth College (No. 8); Columbia University (No. 9); Duke University (No. 10); University of Chicago (No. 11); University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (No. 12); Massachusetts Institute of Technology (No. 13); Yale University (No. 13); New York University (No. 15); Indiana University - Bloomington (No. 16); University of California - Los Angeles (No. 16); University of Texas - Austin (No. 18); Cornell University (No. 19); Seattle University (No. 19); Rockhurst University (No. 21); University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (No. 21); Boston College (No. 23); and University of Maryland - College Park (No. 24).

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