November 11, 2011—Boston University School of Management once again placed 1st in Boston and 4th in New England in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2011 ranking of part-time MBA programs in the United States. This is the third consecutive time that Businessweek has ranked Boston University’s Professional Evening MBA Program #1 in Boston.
The ranking is based on separate measures of student satisfaction, academic quality, and post-graduation outcomes.
Among Boston evening MBAs, graduates of BU’s Professional Evening MBA Program:
- Reported the highest average salary increase, with 60% of recent graduates reporting an average increase of 37.9%.
- Gave the School of Management the highest student satisfaction rating in Boston.
- Gave their fellow students a rating of “A” in caliber of classmates (the only Boston MBA program to do so).
“Our reputation for full-time quality in the Professional Evening MBA Program attracts exceptional students from diverse backgrounds and industries, which enhances the classroom experience for everyone,” said Ken Freeman, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean, Boston University School of Management.”The part-time curriculum leverages all the School’s strengths, including a world-class faculty, multiple options for specialization, and the resources of a major research university, preparing our graduates so they may provide immediate value to their organizations, their communities, and the world.”
Full coverage of Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2011 ranking of part-time MBA programs can be found here.