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U.S.News 2019 Best Business Schools Rankings
--Ranked in Mar. 2018

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Rank School Name City
1 Harvard University  Boston, MA
1 University of Chicago (Booth)  Chicago, IL
3 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)  Philadelphia, PA
4 Stanford University  Stanford, CA
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)  Cambridge, MA
6 Northwestern University (Kellogg)  Evanston, IL
7 University of California—​Berkeley (Haas)  Berkeley, CA
7 University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor (Ross)  Ann Arbor, MI
9 Columbia University  New York, NY
10 Dartmouth College (Tuck)  Hanover, NH
11 Duke University (Fuqua)  Durham, NC
11 Yale University  New Haven, CT
13 New York University (Stern)  New York, NY
13 University of Virginia (Darden)  Charlottesville, VA
15 Cornell University (Johnson)  Ithaca, NY
16 University of California—​Los Angeles (Anderson)  Los Angeles, CA
17 Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)  Pittsburgh, PA
17 University of Texas—​Austin (McCombs)  Austin, TX
19 University of North Carolina—​Chapel Hill (Kenan-​Flagler)  Chapel Hill, NC
20 Emory University (Goizueta)  Atlanta, GA
20 University of Southern California (Marshall)  Los Angeles, CA
22 University of Washington (Foster)  Seattle, WA
23 Rice University (Jones)  Houston, TX
23 Washington University in St. Louis (Olin)  St. Louis, MO
25 Georgetown University (McDonough)  Washington, DC
26 Vanderbilt University (Owen)  Nashville, TN
27 Indiana University (Kelley)  Bloomington, IN
28 Georgia Institute of Technology (Scheller)  Atlanta, GA
29 Arizona State University (Carey)  Tempe, AZ
29 University of Minnesota—​Twin Cities (Carlson)  Minneapolis, MN
31 Ohio State University (Fisher)  Columbus, OH
31 Pennsylvania State University—​University Park (Smeal)  University Park, PA
31 University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)  Notre Dame, IN
34 University of Florida (Warrington)  Gainesville, FL
35 Brigham Young University (Marriott)  Provo, UT
36 Texas A&M University—​College Station (Mays)  College Station, TX
37 Michigan State University (Broad)  East Lansing, MI
37 University of California—​Davis  Davis, CA
37 University of Wisconsin—​Madison  Madison, WI
40 University of Georgia (Terry)  Athens, GA
40 University of Texas—​Dallas  Richardson, TX
42 Boston University (Questrom)  Boston, MA
42 University of California—​Irvine (Merage)  Irvine, CA
44 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey—​Newark and New Brunswick  Newark, NJ
44 University of Rochester (Simon)  Rochester, NY
44 University of Tennessee—​Knoxville (Haslam)  Knoxville, TN
44 University of Utah (Eccles)  Salt Lake City, UT
48 Boston College (Carroll)  Chestnut Hill, MA
48 Southern Methodist University (Cox)  Dallas, TX
48 University of Illinois—​Urbana-​Champaign  Champaign, IL
48 University of Maryland—​College Park (Smith)  College Park, MD
52 University of Pittsburgh (Katz)  Pittsburgh, PA
53 Purdue University—​West Lafayette (Krannert)  West Lafayette, IN
54 Texas Christian University (Neeley)  Fort Worth, TX
55 Case Western Reserve University (Weatherhead)  Cleveland, OH
55 College of William and Mary (Mason)  Williamsburg, VA
55 CUNY Bernard M. Baruch College (Zicklin)  New York, NY
55 University of Massachusetts—​Amherst (Isenberg)  Amherst, MA
59 Baylor University (Hankamer)  Waco, TX
59 George Washington University  Washington, DC
59 Northeastern University  Boston, MA
59 University of Missouri (Trulaske)  Columbia, MO
63 Fordham University (Gabelli)  New York, NY
63 University of Alabama (Manderson)  Tuscaloosa, AL
65 University of Arkansas—​Fayetteville (Walton)  Fayetteville, AR
65 University of Colorado—​Boulder (Leeds)  Boulder, CO
65 University of Miami  Coral Gables, FL
65 University of South Carolina (Moore)  Columbia, SC
69 University of Arizona (Eller)  Tucson, AZ
70 Syracuse University (Whitman)  Syracuse, NY
70 University at Buffalo—​SUNY  Buffalo, NY
72 Pepperdine University (Graziadio)  Malibu, CA
73 Auburn University (Harbert)  Auburn, AL
73 Rochester Institute of Technology (Saunders)  Rochester, NY
73 University of Kansas  Lawrence, KS
76 Binghamton University—​SUNY  Binghamton, NY
76 University of Oklahoma (Price)  Norman, OK
78 Howard University  Washington, DC
79 American University (Kogod)  Washington, DC
79 Chapman University (Argyros)  Orange, CA
79 Iowa State University  Ames, IA
79 University of San Diego  San Diego, CA
83 Babson College (Olin)  Babson Park, MA
83 Louisiana State University—​Baton Rouge (Ourso)  Baton Rouge, LA
85 Drexel University (LeBow)  Philadelphia, PA
85 University of Connecticut  Storrs, CT
85 University of Houston (Bauer)  Houston, TX
85 University of Louisville  Louisville, KY
89 University of California—​Riverside (Anderson)  Riverside, CA
89 University of Cincinnati (Lindner)  Cincinnati, OH
89 University of Kentucky (Gatton)  Lexington, KY
92 Clemson University  Greenville, SC
92 North Carolina State University (Poole)  Raleigh, NC
92 University of Denver (Daniels)  Denver, CO
95 College of Charleston  Charleston, SC
95 Northern Arizona University (Franke)  Flagstaff, AZ
95 Oklahoma State University (Spears)  Stillwater, OK
95 University of Delaware (Lerner)  Newark, DE
95 University of Mississippi  University, MS

 

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 楼主| 发表于 2018-3-20 09:13:42 | 显示全部楼层

Methodology: 2019 Best Business Schools Rankings

For the U.S. News Best Business Schools rankings, all 480 MBA programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International were surveyed in fall 2017 and early 2018. A total of 387 responded.

Of those, U.S. News ranked 127 because they provided enough of the required data on their full-time MBA program that were needed to calculate the full-time MBA rankings, based on a weighted average of the indicators described below.

Quality Assessment (weighted by 0.40)

• Peer assessment score (0.25): In fall 2017, business school deans and directors of accredited MBA programs were asked to rate programs on a scale of 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding). Those individuals who did not know enough about a school to evaluate it fairly were asked to mark "don't know." Forty percent of those surveyed responded.

A school's score is the average of all the respondents who rated it. Responses of "don't know" counted neither for nor against a school.

• Recruiter assessment score (0.15): In fall 2017, as in previous years, U.S. News asked corporate recruiters and company contacts, whose names were supplied in summer 2017 by MBA programs previously ranked by U.S. News, to rate all full-time programs on a scale from 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding). Those individuals who did not know enough about a school to evaluate it fairly were asked to mark "don't know."

A school's score is the average of all the respondents who rated it in the three most recent years of survey results. Responses of "don't know" counted neither for nor against a school.

This year for the first time, MBA programs that received fewer than a total of 10 recruiter and company contact ratings in the three most recent years of recruiter survey results received the lowest score in this indicator achieved by any ranked MBA program for the purposes of calculating the rankings. These MBA programs display an "N/A" instead of a recruiter assessment score published on usnews.com.

Ipsos Public Affairs collected the assessment data.

Placement Success (weighted by 0.35)

• Mean starting salary and bonus (0.14): This is the average starting salary and bonus of 2017 graduates of a full-time MBA program. Salary figures are based on the number of graduates who reported data. The mean signing bonus is weighted by the proportion of those graduates who reported a bonus, because not everyone who reported a base salary figure reported a signing bonus.

• Employment rates for full-time MBA program graduates: This is the employment rate for 2017 graduates of a full-time MBA program. Those not seeking jobs or for whom no job-seeking information is available are excluded.

If the proportions of graduates for whom no job-seeking information is available and who are not seeking jobs are high, then the information is not used in calculating the rankings. Employment rates at graduation (0.07) and three months after graduation (0.14) are used in the ranking model.

Student Selectivity (weighted by 0.25)

• Mean GMAT and GRE scores (0.1625): This is the average GMAT score and average GRE quantitative and verbal scores of full-time MBA students entering in fall 2017. U.S. News uses both GMAT and GRE scores in the ranking model for MBA programs that reported both scores. Using the GRE scores allows U.S. News to take into account the admissions test scores of the entire entering full-time MBA class.

This year for the first time, MBA programs that reported that less than 50 percent of their full-time fall 2017 entering students submitted average GMAT scores and average GRE quantitative and verbal scores received less credit for those test scores in the rankings.

Specifically, their weighted percentile distributions were adjusted downward by the proportion of the percentage of the student body that submitted test scores in relation to the 50 percent threshold. For example, if 25 percent of the entering class submitted test scores, then the test scores were reduced in value in the ranking model by 50 percent. For the purposes of determining the proportion of full-time fall 2017 entering students with scores, the percentage submitting GMAT and GRE were totaled.

Scores on the GMAT range from 200 to 800. Only GMAT scores are shown on the ranking table. These GMAT and GRE data are only available via a U.S. News Business School Compass subscription.

• Mean undergraduate GPA (0.075): This is the average undergraduate GPA of those students entering the full-time program in fall 2017. This year for the first time, schools that reported that less than 50 percent of their entering students submitted average undergraduate GPAs received less credit for those GPAs.

Specifically, their undergraduate GPA was adjusted downward by the proportion of the percentage of the student body that submitted GPAs in relation to the 50 percent threshold. For example, if 25 percent of the entering class submitted undergraduate GPAs, then the undergraduate GPAs were reduced in value in the ranking model by 50 percent.

• Acceptance rate (0.0125): This is the percentage of applicants to the full-time program in fall 2017 who were accepted.

Overall Rank

Data were standardized about their means, and standardized scores were weighted, totaled and rescaled so that the top school received 100; others received their percentage of the top score. Graduate business programs were then numerically ranked in descending order based on their scores.

To be included in the full-time MBA rankings, a program had to have 20 or more of its 2017 full-time MBA graduates seeking employment.

For a school to have its employment data considered in the ranking model, at least 50 percent of its 2017 full-time MBA graduates needed to be seeking work.

MBA programs that did not meet either of the above employment criteria are listed as Unranked (see below for an explanation of Unranked).

Specialty Rankings

These rankings, including of executive MBA programs, are based solely on ratings by business school deans and directors of accredited MBA programs from the list of schools surveyed. They were asked to nominate up to 10 programs for excellence in each of the areas listed.

Those schools receiving the most votes in each specialty are numerically ranked in descending order based on the number of nominations they received, as long as the school or program received seven or more nominations in that specialty area. This means that schools ranked at the bottom of each specialty ranking have received at least seven nominations.

Rank Not Published

In graduate business, U.S. News has numerically ranked the top three-fourths of the full-time MBA programs that qualified to be ranked. The bottom quarter of the rank-eligible full-time MBA programs are listed as Rank Not Published.

Rank Not Published means that U.S. News calculated a numerical rank for that program but decided for editorial reasons not to publish it. U.S. News will supply programs listed as Rank Not Published with their numerical ranks if they submit a request following the procedures listed in the Information for School Officials.

Programs marked as Rank Not Published are listed alphabetically.

Unranked

If a program is listed as Unranked, that means that U.S. News did not calculate a numerical rank because the program did not supply enough key statistical data to be numerically ranked. Programs marked as Unranked are listed alphabetically below those marked as Rank Not Published.

School Data

All 480 schools appear in the online directory. The schools provided the data listed in the rankings tables and on school profile pages. If a data point is listed as "N/A," the school did not provide it.

 

Reference: https://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/articles/business-schools-methodology

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