Isenberg Hospitality & Tourism Management Associate Professor Melissa Baker was named a "Favorite Business Professor of the Class of 2020" by the business school ranking and analysis website Poets & Quants in May.
For the third straight year, Isenberg’s Online MBA is the highest-ranked web-based master of business administration program in the United States, based on a Financial Times survey of both school programs and alumni satisfaction and success.
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For the second year running, Isenberg has earned the #1 U.S. and #3 worldwide ranking in the Financial Times’ annual survey of Online MBA programs. Founded in 2001, Isenberg’s online program has 1,500 active students. It maintains the same high academic standards as the school’s 65-year-old Full-time MBA program.
Nearly 1,000 accounting professors from 200 colleges and universities ranked Isenberg’s Department of Accounting 3rd in the Northeast and 25th in the Nation in the Public Accounting Report’s annual roster of the top 50 undergraduate accounting and master’s degree programs.
The Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management has moved up two spots to be ranked as the #2 graduate-level sport management program in the world based on the results of SportBusiness International’s recently-released 2016-2017 annual survey.
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Isenberg’s Full-time MBA program has soared eighteen places from 75th to 57th in U.S. News’ just-released annual ranking of MBA programs. Isenberg also moved up three places from 16th to 13th in U.S. News’ ranking of Part-time MBA programs.
The Financial Times has ranked the Isenberg Online MBA program #1 nationally and #3 worldwide. That included Isenberg’s Online MBA ranking of 2nd in the world in a metric where recent graduates praised our online teaching and resources.
Isenberg is making a big, BIG, splash in Boston – and not just with our highly skilled and driven alumni. We are extremely proud to announce our first-ever, major Boston-area ad campaign. It’s about time we shout from the rooftops what you already know – that Isenberg is an iconic business school with top faculty, a talented student body, and alumni who are ready to take the business world by storm.
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For the second year running, Isenberg’s Online MBA has achieved elite status among the nation’s online MBA programs. According to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Online MBA Programs,” the Isenberg Online MBA once again ranked 12th in a field of 221 programs.
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Dean Mark A. Fuller recently sat down with BusinessWest editor George O’Brien for a discussion about Isenberg’s dramatically improved national reputation and our aspirations to elevate it further. In the interview—the magazine’s current cover feature—he outlined the strategic and tactical elements that we will continue to deploy in growing Isenberg’s reputational capital. He also underscored the importance of measurable execution in that pursuit.
Isenberg is the highest ranking public undergraduate business school in the Northeast, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2016 Undergraduate Business School Rankings. Climbing three places since the 2014 ranking, Isenberg now ranks 11th among public undergraduate business school programs in the United States. The new rankings clearly illustrate Isenberg’s growing national stature, with the school moving up 45 spots among private and public business schools since 2010.
A business school’s reputation has an impact on everything from admissions to development to faculty recruitment. Often times that reputation goes hand in hand with a school’s seat in various national and international rankings. Many business school deans find this ranking’s game challenging, but there's no denying their importance in the industry. So how does a school move the needle?