The NC State Jenkins MBA program in the Poole College of Management climbed up the 2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate School rankings released today. The Jenkins Professional Evening MBA program jumped to No. 57 (from 74) among part-time MBA programs in the United States, and the Jenkins Full-time MBA program rose to No. 85 (from 92) among full-time MBA programs worldwide.
The US News & World Report ranking of full-time MBA programs is comprised of results from surveys of deans and employers, in addition to career placement and admissions selectivity statistics. The part-time ranking is based on results of a survey of deans, as well as selectivity, student experience and enrollment metrics.
“We are pleased to see our Jenkins MBA program recognized by U.S. News & World Report. We offer to our full-time and working professional MBA students what few programs can provide: a world-class MBA education at an incredible value, and the flexibility to customize an experience that fits their needs –– whether that’s a mix of online and face-to-face courses or specialization in one of the nation’s top-ranked supply chain or entrepreneurship programs,” said said Frank Buckless, interim dean, professor of accounting and Matthew and Ruth Keen Faculty Fellow, Poole College of Management.
“We are continuing to innovate in our MBA program, leveraging the interdisciplinary resources we have across NC State to develop business leaders equipped with the creative and analytical skills to contribute to our economy.”
Recent notable rankings for the NC State Jenkins MBA include:
- Top 25 among U.S. public universities – among full-time MBA programs worldwide- The Economist (2018)
- No. 47 among full-time MBA programs –Bloomberg Businessweek (2018)
Professional Online MBA
- No. 9 best online MBA programs for veterans – US News & World Report (2018) and The Princeton Review (2019)
NC State is currently accepting applications for the MBA programs starting in fall 2019. For more information, visit the http://www.mba.ncsu.edu. The NC State Jenkins MBA is available in three formats: full-time, professional evening and professional online.
This post was originally published in Jenkins MBA News.