The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University has been named #1 among business schools in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2013 Part-Time MBA ranking. The results were published today on Businessweek.com.
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“The small, close-knit program at Tepper mirrors the school’s full-time MBA curriculum, except that instead of completing it in two years, the part-time program is spread out over three. In addition, this fall Tepper launched a part-time MBA option that is offered online. Eighty-seven percent of Tepper grads reported a salary increase, the highest percentage of any school in the ranking, and the Pittsburgh-based B-school scored in the top 10 of all three ranking measures,” according to Businessweek.
Businessweek.com also includes a school profile and video that highlights the school’s legacy in pioneering the field of management science and the school’s consistency in MBA education across full time, part time and online delivery formats.
A full listing
of ranked institutions can also be found at Businessweek.com