Bloomberg Business Week publishes 2013 Part-Time and Executive MBA ranking

Bloomberg Business Week publishes its biennal part-time MBA and executive MBA rankings.

Part-time MBA ranking

Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) which ranked number 3 in 2011 is n°1 for the first time of this 2013 part-time ranking which features 78 US Programs. UC-Berkeley(Haas) and SMU(Cox) earns two places finishing 2nd and 3rd. Elon(Love) and UCLA(Anderson) which led the 2011 ranking (1st and 2nd respectively) fell to fifth and fourth respectively.

Rollins(Crummer) moved up 31 spots to appear on the top 10.
1Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
2UC Berkeley(Haas)
3SMU (Cox)
4UCLA (Anderson)
5Elon (Love)
6Loyola Marymount
7Rice (Jones)
8Chicago (Booth)
9Rollins (Crummer)
10Michigan (Ross)
View the full 2013 Part-time MBA Ranking

Executive MBA ranking

Chicago(Booth) ranks second and is no longer the n°1 leaving the best Executive MBA title to Northwestern(Kellogg) which ranked 3rd in 2011. SMU(Cox) completes the podium by finishing 3rd like the part-time ranking. Pennsylvania(Wharton) moved up 5th spoth to 4th whereas UCLA(Anderson) holds the spot number five. Columbia fell four spots to finish 6th. The first European school is IE Business School from Spain and ranks 7th.

1Northwestern (Kellogg)
2Chicago (Booth)
3SMU (Cox)
4Pennsylvania (Wharton)
5UCLA (Anderson)
6Columbia
7IE Business School - Spain
8USC (Marshall)
9Ohio State (Fisher)
10Michigan (Ross)
View the full 2013 Executive MBA Ranking