US News MBA Rankings 2013

Harvard University and Stanford University tied for No. 1 position for their MBA programs in the U.S. News & World Report's 2013 "America's Best Graduate Schools".

The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University is ranked 18th overall for its full-time MBA program. In addition it is ranked 2nd in information systems, 4th in production/operations management, 8th in supply chain/logistics, 18th in finance and 21st in entrepreneurship (tied with Northwestern University, Brigham Young University and Washington University in St. Louis).

The University of Notre Dame MBA program moved up 12 slots to No. 25 in the U.S. News 2013 survey of “Best Graduate Schools”. Notre Dame is also ranked No. 17 for its accounting program in the specialty rankings, which are based on the ratings by business school deans and MBA program directors.

In the 2013 ranking of full-time MBA programs, Broad College at Michigan State University is ranked 44th overall and 19th among public universities, moving up from 49th and 23rd last year, respectively. In addition, some Broad College subject areas are ranked by business school deans: Supply Chain/Logistics (2nd), International (13th), Accounting (23rd).

The University of Florida (UF) MBA Program at the Hough Graduate School of Business is ranked 19th among U.S. public business schools and 44th overall, marking the eighth consecutive year the program has been ranked in the top 50 overall.

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