Business schools from the United States regularly feature at the top of the worldwide rankings compiled by several reputed agencies and newspapers. The United States offers some of the reputed management degrees sought after by students and professionals around the world.
This is a list of the top US business schools according to their popularity.
Started in 1908, this is a division of the Harvard University. It offers a full-time MBA course of two years in duration. Marketing, management, negotiation, finance, economy, and accounting are the several academic units within the MBA course. Admission to this school is done on the basis of several factors like GMAT score, recommendations, and resume.
This private business school is located in Philadelphia and it was started in 1881. This school is accredited by the AACSB. The school offers Bachelor of Science, MBA, and Ph.D. degrees in a number of specialisations. Accounting, environmental management, marketing, multinational management, and retailing are some of the several academic units available within the MBA degree.
Established in 1925, this private business school offers the MBA, Masters, and Ph.D. programs primarily in the field of management. This is part of the Stanford University and students can also take up joint degrees in several other areas like law and medicine. Admission to this university is primarily done depending on GPA and GMAT scores.
This is one of the oldest schools for business education in the world. It was established in 1900. Marketing, economic policy, information systems, and accounting are some of the majors available within the MBA program.
A division of the Chicago University, this business school was started in 1898. The unique aspects of this university include one of the first executive MBA programs and a Ph.D. in business. Aside from this Chicago campus, the school also has campuses in Singapore and London.
Affiliated to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, this school was started in 1914. It provides the MBA, undergraduate, and Ph.D. programs aside from a number of specialized programs in aspects like finance, global management, and system design.
Aside from the MBA program, this business school offers Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in management as well. There are two versions of the MBA program at this school – one-year and two-years. Social enterprise and technology management are some of the focus areas.
Founded in 1964, this business school offers the executive and accelerated MBA programs in addition to its regular MBA program. Some of the focus areas within the MBA course are investment banking, private equity, and strategic marketing.
This is part of the University of California at Berkeley, and it is a public business school. Aside from the full-time MBA program, this school also offers evening, weekend, and executive MBA programs as well. There are also Master’s and undergraduate degree programs present.
Started in 1969, this is a private business school that provides the full-time MBA program as its flagship course, while it also has Master’s degrees specializing in certain aspects of management. Students are primarily admitted on basis of their GMAT scores.
Started in 1954, this school offers an MBA program that offers areas like entrepreneurship, market analytics, supply chain management, and strategy consulting as part of its curriculum. The school offers its education through the case-study method.
Established in 1935, this university offers three versions of the MBA program – full-time, executive, and part-time. There are also minor programs in accounting for undergraduates and a Master’s degree in financial engineering as well. This school is part of the University of California in Los Angeles.
Started in 1916, this business school has a range of specialization fields within its MBA program with accounting, human resource management, marketing, real estate, private equity, and value investing being a few. The school also provides MS and doctoral programs as well.
This private business school was founded in 1919. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in management, with finance, management, and accounting being the specializations available. The programs are accredited by the AACSB. The campus of this school is located in Massachusetts.
This public business school offers both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Business Administration. This school was founded in 1924. There are also executive MBA programs available as well. Students can also pursue dual degrees at this school, which is affiliated to the University of Michigan.
Accredited by the NCA and AACSB, this private business school was started in 1946. MBA in Global Management is the flagship course of this school, which also provides specialization in the fields of marketing, finance, and management.
BBA, MBA, and MPA are some of the business degrees awarded by this school, which was founded in 1922. The school also offers doctoral business programs as well. Aside from its main campus in Austin, the school also has campuses in Dallas and Mexico City.
Established in 1976, this business school offers Master of Advanced Management and Master of Business Administration degrees in addition to the Ph.D. programs. Entrepreneurship, economics, marketing, and operations management are some of the fields of specialization.
This is a private business school offers specializations in its MBA program in areas like finance, information technology, and operational management. The school was started in 1949. The joint and dual MBA degrees are also available as well.
Part of the Indiana University, this business school was established in 1920. The university offers Master’s, Ph.D., and Bachelor’s degree in a variety of fields like information systems and strategic management. Online executive programs are also present.