Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business is used to seeing its Bloomington-based graduate programs rated among the county’s best in annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report. This year, Indianapolis is also getting its share of notice.
Kelley’s “Evening MBA" program at IUPUI finished 10th overall and fourth among public business schools in the magazine's inaugural ranking of part-time MBA programs. The rankings were released Thursday morning.
IU's residential MBA program at Bloomington ranked 23rd and eighth among public universities. Two of its specialties were in the top 10—entrepreneurship was sixth overall and No. 1 among public schools; and accounting was 10th overall and fifth among public schools.
At Purdue University, the Krannert School of Management’s graduate program ranked 36th overall and 15th among public universities.
Krannert's "Weekend MBA" program finished 15th overall among part-time MBA programs. In specialty rankings, Krannert's production/operations program ranked fifth.
Harvard University and Stanford University shared the No. 1 position for best MBA program. The University of Notre Dame finished 31st.
Outside of business programs, Purdue ranked high in engineering, as usual, with five specialties ranked in the top 10. The overall engineering graduate program ranked 13th and the agricultural and biological engineering specialty finished No. 1.
Also notable was Purdue’s computer science program, which finished 20th.
IU’s School of Education ranked 19th overall and 11th among public schools, with five specialties in the top 10.
The IU School of Medicine in Indianapolis finished 17th in primary care.