U.S. News’ 2013 Ranking Of Part-Time MBA Programs

U.S. News & World Report’s Top Part-Time MBA Programs of 2013

 

2013 Rank & School                     Index   Acceptance Rate   Average GMAT   Total PT Enrollment
  1. UC-Berkeley (Haas) 100 39.7% 692 803
  2. Chicago (Booth) 97 63.5%* 681 1,473
  3. Northwestern (Kellogg) 95 61.2%* 667 813
  4. New York (Stern) 94 61.7% 671 2,031
  5. UCLA (Anderson) 89 65.7% 685 867
  6. Michigan (Ross) 84 85.0% 648 366
  7. Texas-Austin (McCombs) 76 73.1% 643 199
  8. Ohio State (Fisher) 75 56.9% 621 318
  9. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 74 76.5% 646 172
  9. Indiana (Kelley) 74 57.1% 631 302
11. Georgetown (McDonough) 73 52.0% 665 377
11. Minnesota (Carlson) 73 87.5% 607 1,342
11. Southern Cal (Marshall) 73 78.1% 602 729
14. Emory (Goizueta) 72 72.4% 645 258
15. Washington (Foster) 71 71.8% 638 305
16. Washington Univ. (Olin) 69 86.5% 587 357
17. Georgia State (Robinson) 68 63.8% 611 880
17. Rice (Jones) 68 74.5% 615 311
19. UC-Davis 66 79.3% 576 400
19. South Carolina (Moore) 66 70.7% 599 416
19. Wisconsin-Madison 66 85.3% 593 149
22. Arizona State (Carey) 65 74.1% 574 366
22. Massachusetts (Isenberg) 65 80.3% 572 1,179
24. Georgia Tech (Scheller) 63 81.6% 601 415
24. Santa Clara (Leavey) 63 73.2% 611 758

 Source: U.S. News & World Report’s part-time MBA ranking of 2013

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