Many of Kogod’s graduate and undergraduate programs have been recognized in several newly released rankings over the past week. Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranked the full-time MBA program as no. 70 in the US (an improvement of 21 places) and no. 9 for diversity among students; QS ranked the MS in analytics and MS in marketing programs as no. 40 in the world, the MBA program as no. 54 in the US, and alumni outcomes for the MS in marketing program as no. 16 in the world.
US News and World Report ranked Kogod's undergraduate business programs as no. 84 in the US (an improvement of 13 places), no. 8 in international business (an improvement of one place), and no. 39 in management.
These rankings are a testament to Kogod's priority to equip students with the experience and skills that help them succeed throughout their careers and lives. From graduate students with a few professional years under their belts to undergraduate students new to the world of business, Kogod’s seasoned faculty and committed staff work hard to provide real-world opportunities and support.
“These rankings reflect the systematic efforts made by Kogod to enhance the student experience and career outcomes,” says Ayman Omar, associate dean for graduate programs and student services. “The focus on experiential learning initiatives coupled with a student-centric strategy were both instrumental elements for this recognition.”
When students choose Kogod, they trust they are getting the best opportunities and programs and a lifetime of support post-graduation. Staff and faculty across all departments work together to make the student experience as rich as possible.
“We create an excellent student experience through our small classes, experiential learning opportunities, dynamic faculty, and supportive services,” says Casey Evans, associate dean for undergraduate programs and student services. “I've always felt Kogod is a well-kept secret. With these new rankings, I'm happy to see that word about the strength of our programs is getting out.”
And while getting recognition through rankings is always rewarding, the staff and faculty at Kogod know what really matters—the success of their students.
“We know that our programs and the opportunities available to our students are some of the very best,” says Kogod dean John Delaney. “When our students share their successes with us and thank Kogod for being a part of their journey, there is nothing better. But being ranked so highly among our peers in both undergraduate and graduate programs is the cherry on top!”