Clark MBA Earns National Ranking with U.S. News
Notably, Clark’s MBA was one of just ten Massachusetts colleges to earn a ranking for the full-time MBA and the only one in central Massachusetts.
Designed for prospective students looking to further their education beyond college, the Best Graduate Schools rankings evaluate programs in a variety of disciplines, including business, education, engineering, law, medicine and nursing.
“Our MBA has continued to rise in rankings of the top programs in the country,” said Dr. Alan Eisner, dean of the School of Management. “Being recognized by U.S. News is a great testament to our faculty and staff’s commitment to program quality and rigor, as well as our hard-working, successful alumni.”
Clark’s MBA was most recently ranked among the top 75 programs in the country by global media organization, Fortune.
By collecting graduate school data annually, U.S. News is able to present the most current figures on enrollment, job placement, faculty and other critical quality indicators that help prospective students make informed decisions.
“When prospective students are considering their options for graduate school, the Best Graduate Schools rankings are designed to help them identify schools that excel in the program they want to study,” said LaMont Jones, senior editor of Education at U.S. News. “With many options available, U.S. News provides a wealth of data in an easy format to help each student make the best decision.”
Prospective students can see how SOM compares to other institutions and how the rankings are calculated on USNews.com.
For more about Clark’s rankings and recognition, click here.
As part of their full- and part-time MBA, students may concentrate in accounting, information management and business analytics, finance, general management, human resource management, marketing, or social change and sustainability. The business school also offers an MS in business analytics, and master’s degree programs marketing, marketing-analytics, accounting, accounting-analytics, finance and management. Also under the purview of the business school are the University’s undergraduate business programs, as well as its award-winning entrepreneurship program.