Washington — Howard University School of Business has been named Bloomberg Businessweek 2022-23 Rankings of the Best Business Schools in America. Over the past few years, Howard University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has been among the best. Howard University, ranked first. 28, the only black college or university in history to make the list.
“I am honored that the business school has once again been ranked among the best business schools in the world by Bloomberg,” said Dr. Anthony D. Wilbon, Dean of the Howard University School of Business. “This recognition is an excellent acknowledgement of the hard work our faculty and staff are doing to develop innovative courses and programs and prepare outstanding students who will become leaders in the global business world.”
The business school offers traditional full-time and part-time MBAs, as well as online MBAs and EMBAs. The school also offers a global tripartite MBA certificate, Provide students with international consulting experience in the United States, Africa and China.
“The Faculty of Business has done an incredible job leading our students through the difficulties of the pandemic. I commend Dean Wilburn for his leadership and commitment to preparing our students for success in their careers,” Say PhD. Wayne Ay FrederickPresident of Howard University.
Bloomberg Businessweek’The rankings are based on data from more than 9,000 students, 14,920 alumni, 900 corporate recruiters, and salary and employment data for each school. This year, the publication ranked 117 MBA programs around the world, including universities in Europe, Canada and East Asia.
In addition to the overall ranking, schools are also ranked based on five component indices: Salary, Networking, Learning, Entrepreneurship and Diversity, giving students more ways to assess what a school has to offer them.
The full 2022-23 ranking of all 117 full-time US MBA programs can be found here: Bloomberg.com/business-schools.
About Howard University
Founded in 1867, Howard University is a private research university consisting of 14 schools and colleges. Students take over 140 courses of study leading to undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. The university is committed to excellence in truth and service and has produced one Schwarzman, three Marshall Scholars, four Rhodes Scholars, 12 Truman Scholars, 25 Pickering Fellows, and more than 165 Fulbright Fellows recipient. Howard has also produced more African-American Ph.D.s on campus. More than any other university in the United States. For more information about Howard University, visit www.howard.edu
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