Bloomberg BusinessWeek Ranks Howard University School of Business Among The Nation’s Top Programs

 

 

 

Contributed by the Howard University Newsroom

WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 8, 2018) — Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranks the Howard University School of Business among the nation’s top full-time business school programs. Howard University’s full-time Master of Business Administration program was ranked No. 33 among top schools, marking the highest ranking the school has ever received from the annual Bloomberg BusinessWeek survey.

“We are very honored to be recognized as one of the nation’s top business schools,” says Dean of Howard Business School Barron H. Harvey. “We are especially proud that this year our school has received its highest Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranking yet. This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff, faculty, alumni, corporate partners, and high-achieving MBA students.”

In honor of 30 years of producing the ranking, Bloomberg BusinessWeek visited 15 schools, interviewing deans, professors and administrators which led to a change in the survey’s methodology. This newly improved ranking methodology includes surveys with students, alumni, and recruiters. Business schools received an overall ranking and were ranked based on several specific components including compensation, learning, networking and entrepreneurship. Howard University received highest marks in networking and learning.

“Howard University’s School of Business develops leaders for the global community,” says President Wayne A. I. Frederick. “I applaud the faculty and staff for achieving this milestone which further demonstrates the strength of the training our students receive in this esteemed academic environment.”

The Howard University School of Business MBA program features a variety of traditional business school courses, a Global Trilateral MBA Certificate Program and an online Executive MBA geared toward working professionals.

“It is a great honor for our MBA program to receive the highest ranking it has ever had from Bloomberg Businessweek this year,” says Director of the MBA Program at Howard University Verna K. Supel. “Our staff, faculty and alumni work extremely hard each year to provide students with the learning opportunities they need to be successful in business and our students consistently meet the challenges of the program.”

The Princeton Review also released its rankings for 2018. For the 15th year, Howard Business School received the No. 1 ranking as a Greatest Resource for Minority Students by The Princeton Review.

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