MBA Courses At Top Business Schools

Many top-flight business schools are offering fully-accredited Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree programs. MBA specializations include: Human Resources Management, Hospitality & Tourism, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Health Care Management, Accounting, Finance, Operations, and more. Some prestigious MBA schools include Harvard Business School, Kellogg Graduate School of Management : Northwestern University, Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, Darden School of Business: University of Virginia, among others.

Ranking profile of top MBA schools:

Nottingham University Business School - Ranked as one of the world's top 100 MBA programs in the Financial Times global top 100 MBA ranking 2008 and the Economist Intelligence Unit 2007.

University of Strathclyde Graduate School of Business - Its MBA is ranked in the Top 20 in UK and Top 70 in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit 2007.

University of Edinburgh Business School - Ranked 11th in the UK, 18th in Europe and 44th in the world in the FT 2008 Global MBA Rankings.

Melbourne Business School - The MBA program is ranked 75th in 2008 and 52nd in 2009 (Financial Times MBA Rankings).

Macquarie University MGSM - Placed among the top three business schools in Australia and New Zealand and among Asia's best schools (Asia Inc, 2003).

Australian School of Business AGSM - The MBA program is ranked 1st in the nation and 6th Best of Non-US MBAs (Forbes 2007).

Kelley School of Business - The Master of Business Administration program is ranked 1st in the category "Best Classroom Experience" in the Best 290 Business Schools: 2008 Edition (Random House/Princeton Review).

University of San Francisco (USF) - The MBA is placed 6th for business schools with the greatest opportunities for minority students (The Princeton Review 2006).

Richard Ivey School of Business - It was the only Canadian business school that made it into the Top 25 Executive MBA rankings by Wall Street Journal (2008).