The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business was recently named No. 37 in the U.S. and No. 15 among public programs in Poets&Quants’ 2020 MBA ranking. As the program’s best Poets&Quants ranking to date, this news follows Katz’s recent recognition as having been one of the fastest rising programs in the rankings over the past 10 years.
Since 2010, Katz has improved 27 spots in Poets&Quants’ MBA ranking. This new ranking places Katz above other MBA programs at the University of Maryland, University of Florida, Michigan State University, Arizona State University, Purdue University, and Boston University.
The Poets&Quants MBA ranking combines and weighs the five most influential rankings from U.S. News, Forbes, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Financial Times, and The Economist.
“Our continuous rise in the rankings can be attributed to our consistent goal of revamping our programs to meet the needs of today’s students,” says Sara B. Moeller, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs. “Not only does our MBA program tailor its programming to each individual student but continues to adapt to the ever-changing business world.”
Katz graduates are prepared to enter the workforce as agile business leaders—something that has been increasingly noticed and sought out by employers. And, Katz’s graduate programs are regularly awarded rankings that reflect its excellence. The MBA program is annually recognized as being among the best for salary growth and graduates’ return on investment.
To learn more about where our graduate programs stand against the competition, please visit our stats and rankings page.