Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked full-time MBA programs since 1988. The ranking methodology is comprised of feedback from employers (35 percent), students (15 percent) and alumni (30 percent), as well as employment statistics for recent graduates (20 percent).
NC State University’s full-time Jenkins MBA program has earned a No. 70 ranking on The 2017 Bloomberg Businessweek Best MBA list naming the top MBA programs in the US.
Among competitive programs across the United States, NC State was ranked 28th in job placement by employers, reinforcing the program’s reputation for educating MBA graduates who are prepared to hit the ground running as they launch their post-MBA careers.
Among public institutions, NC State ranked No. 36.