Bloomberg Businessweek ranks D’Amore-McKim Full-Time MBA 61, Part-Time MBA 63


The D’Amore-McKim School of Business Full-Time MBA program ranks 61 in the 2015 Bloomberg Businessweek “Best Business Schools” ranking. The program climbed to the 61st spot from its 73rd position in last year’s ranking. In addition, the school’s Part-Time MBA program is now ranked at 63rd after being unranked last year. A full list of rankings is available here.

For the first time, Bloomberg Businessweek surveyed MBA graduates to gain insight into what future graduates can anticipate of their careers. The publication also removed an older element of their methodology that focused on faculty research in order to better focus on answering the fundamental question of their rankings, “How well does this business school channel its graduates into good jobs?”

Full-Time MBA rankings are comprised of five elements. Based predominantly on data provided in an employer survey (35 percent) and an alumni survey (30 percent), the ranking also factors results from a Class of 2015 student survey (15 percent), job placement rate (10 percent), and starting salary (10 percent).

Part-Time MBA rankings consist of a 50 percent student survey score (resulting from 75 percent 2015 data and 25 percent 2014 data) and a 50 percent alumni survey score (resulting from 33.3 percent alumni feedback, 33.3 percent alumni compensation over time, and 33.3 percent alumni job satisfaction).


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