Rutgers EMBA ranked #24 in the US by Financial Times

Rutgers Executive MBA: WELCOME TO THE POWERHOUSE

Rutgers Executive MBA Program was ranked #24 in the US by the Financial Times (view ranking chart, full report). Rutgers EMBA also ranked #8 in "Career Progress" in the US, #29 worldwide. Rutgers outranked other premier business schools in the “Career Progress” ranking including Kellogg, Wharton, and Duke.

This adds to the recent ranking by the Wall Street Journal placing the Rutgers EMBA program #21 in the world, #7 in management skills and #1 for administrative support.

Rutgers EMBA graduates have reported significant success in their careers after going through the program. Read what they have to say and check out their videos on YouTube.

The globally ranked Rutgers Executive MBA program is specifically designed to provide you with the theoretical tools, the practical insights, and the vital hands-on skills essential to compete in this challenging environment. The twenty month learning experience is tailored for managers like you who wish to remain on the job while obtaining your MBA. Rutgers' prestige, history (it is the eighth oldest institution of higher learning in the United States), and its international reputation have all been leveraged to give you an MBA program of uncompromising quality.

For more information on the Rutgers EMBA Program, and to attend an EMBA Open House, please visit http://EMBA.Rutgers.edu.

farrokh langdana, professor of macro economics, leads the rutgers executive mba program.

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