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### Top ASU MBA Programs Ranked Among the Best in the Nation

In the 2024 Best Business Rankings by U.S. News & World Report, the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University demonstrated notable improvements in various ranking categories. The full-time MBA program advanced to No. 32, surpassing the University of Minnesota, the University of Florida, and Michigan State University. Similarly, the part-time MBA program climbed to No. 28, outperforming the University of Arizona. Additionally, the executive MBA program achieved a ranking of No. 18, surpassing Indiana University, Seattle University, and the University of Virginia.

Furthermore, the school excelled in several MBA specialties:

  • No. 3 in supply chain management, surpassing the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Pennsylvania State University–University Park; and Ohio State University.
  • No. 6 in information systems, ahead of New York University; the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; and the University of Maryland, College Park.
  • No. 8 in international business, ahead of the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor; the University of California, Berkeley; and Duke University.
  • No. 9 in project management.
  • No. 11 in production/operations, surpassing Harvard University, Northwestern University, and the University of Texas at Austin.
  • No. 14 in business analytics, ahead of UCLA, the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, and the University of Washington.
  • No. 16 in accounting, surpassing the University of Florida, Columbia University, and MIT.
  • No. 16 in real estate.
  • No. 19 in management, ahead of UCLA, Pennsylvania State University–University Park, and Texas A&M University at College Station.
  • No. 21 in entrepreneurship, surpassing Columbia University, Northwestern University, and Washington University in St. Louis.
  • No. 27 in marketing, ahead of Texas A&M University at College Station and the University of Virginia.

Dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business, expressed satisfaction with the continuous progress of the school in the rankings. The strategic investments in an innovative curriculum and top-notch career services aim to equip students for a competitive job market effectively.

Regarding ASU’s overall ranking, the school consistently secures a position among the top business schools nationwide, offering 32 programs and specialties within the top 30 of U.S. News. Particularly noteworthy is the No. 8 ranking in the international MBA programs specialty, a significant improvement from last year’s No. 16 placement.

Associate Dean of Graduate Programs highlighted the school’s commitment to preparing globally-minded and mobile students. The MBA programs integrate global education and travel opportunities into the curriculum, fostering the development of international perspectives among students.

Furthermore, the W. P. Carey School of Business received commendable rankings in the recent Financial Times global full-time MBA assessment. The full-time MBA program secured the 53rd position globally (29th in the U.S.), with notable rankings in faculty research (No. 27) and career services (No. 22).