Top MBA Programs in Maryland

List of top MBA programs offered in the state of Maryland:

The Robert H. Smith School of Business (University of Maryland) - The Smith School MBA program is ranked No. 20 in the United States in the Financial Times MBA 2010 rankings. In addition it is placed 14th in the world for research, the fourth consecutive year in the top 15. The MBA is also rated No. 3 in the U.S. for research in BusinessWeek's 2008 survey of “The Best B-schools”.

Salisbury University - The University's Perdue School of Business MBA prepares students and practicing managers with the skills to succeed as organizational leaders. The program is accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Program requirements can be completed in one year on a full-time basis or two years part time.

Mount St. Mary's University - Students in Mount St. Mary's School of Business have the option of pursuing a general MBA or choosing a concentration in finance, management, or marketing.

Loyola University Maryland - Financial Times ranks Loyola among best Executive MBA programs in the world for 2009. In addition it is ranked 24th in the world and first in the region for "aims achieved" by students. U.S. News & World Report ranks Loyola as one of the nation's top 30 part-time MBA program in 2010.

Frostburg State University - The Frostburg MBA program focuses on the development of a change perspective, utilizing a generalist foundation with a behavioral emphasis. GetEducated.com has ranked Frostburg State University among its best values in AACSB-accredited online master of business administration degrees. FSU's online MBA ranks ninth on this national list.

Johns Hopkins University - It offers a number of M.B.A. degree programs including the Johns Hopkins Global MBA (full time); Executive MBA; Flexible MBA (part time, evenings, and Saturdays); MBA in Medical Services Management; MBA in Organization Development. According to Forbes.com, the MBA program offers one of the 10 most innovative business school courses for 2010.

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