Bloomberg Businessweek ranks TCU MBA in nation’s top 46
Fort Worth, TX | November 15, 2012 02:06 PM | Print this story
In Bloomberg Businessweek
’s just-released biennial ranking of U.S. full-time MBA programs, the Neeley School of Business at TCU is ranked No. 46 in the nation. Bloomberg Businessweek
’s MBA rankings are based on surveys sent to 18,640 students from the graduating class of 2012 at 114 business schools in North America, surveys sent to 566 corporate recruiters, and an intellectual capital rating based on faculty research in top journals.
TCU MBA also earned A grades in Teaching Quality and Leadership Skills.
“As the Businessweek
rankings are based on recruiter and student feedback and scholarly contributions, this ranking reflects the excellent faculty and students we have at TCU. It also speaks to the quality of our staff in the graduate program – admissions, career services and student services,” said Bill Cron
, senior associate dean of graduate programs for the Neeley School. “Additionally, it is important to acknowledge that all graduate programs are very dependent on the strength and vitality of the business community in which they exist, so this is really an award in recognition of Fort Worth and the DFW Metroplex.”
In other recent ranking news, The Economist
worldwide ranking lists the TCU MBA program 40th among U.S. graduate business programs.
For more information on the TCU MBA program, visit www.mba.tcu.edu
For the complete 2012 Bloomberg Businessweek
full-time MBA rankings, visit http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-11-15/the-complete-2012-business-schools-ranking