Rutgers Business School

Founded in 1929, Rutgers Business School (RBS) is one of the top US business schools offering bachelor, masters, and Ph.D. degrees. It has been accredited since 1941 by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

The School offers a number of M.B.A. programs including the Full-Time MBA, Part-Time MBA, MBA in Professional Accounting, Accelerated MBA For Undergraduates, and Dual Degree MBA Programs for Graduate Students.

RBS has the following Academic Departments: Accounting, Business Ethics, and Information Systems; Finance and Economics; Management and Global Business; Management Science and Information Systems; Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences.

Ranking Profile:

- The EMBA jumped up in the rankings from 17th to 13th in the United States according to The Financial Times (2009). Overall the program is rated 46th globally.

- Rated 56th in the BusinessWeek's 2009 "Best Undergraduate Business Schools" ranking.

- U.S. News & World Report’s 2009 “America's Top Business Schools” rankings report places Rutgers at 59th nationwide, with a mean base starting salary of $79,000 (2007 full-time graduates).

- The Wall Street Journal ranks Rutgers 20th among the top 25 executive MBA programs worldwide (2008). In addition to the overall ranking, the report also ranks Rutgers at 13th worldwide in the student ranking category; and 14th worldwide for management skills.

- Ranked 50th in BusinessWeek's 2008 Undergraduate Business School rankings.

- The EMBA program is ranked 8th in the US in return on investment (Wall Street Journal 2008).

- In the U.S. News report America's Top Business Schools 2007, Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick is placed 61st nationwide. In addition, RBS is placed 12th among b-schools with the highest proportion of full-time minority students (41.9%).