Auburn's Executive MBA jumps three spots in this year's Ivy Exec ranking of top programs.
The Auburn Executive MBA jumped three spots from 2017. In addition, Auburn ranked No. 6 for life balance and No. 19 for curriculum in the region. This is Ivy Exec’s third year of ranking global executive MBA programs.
“These results reflect our continued efforts to provide our students with a transformational learning experience that offers an outstanding return on their investment. Our blended program couples the benefits of learning together with an inspiring cohort during short residencies and the flexibility of distance learning. Our students enjoy the ability to apply their learning immediately in their professional lives,” said Associate Dean of Graduate and International Programs Stan Harris.
To create its ranking, Ivy Exec surveyed approximately 6,000 top-level professionals from its network of business leaders to learn about more than 250 executive MBA programs around the world. Making the final ranking were 168 programs that executives consider as top prospects when contemplating an executive MBA degree.
Kim Kuerten, executive director of Graduate Executive Programs said, “The marketplace for advanced business programs, degree and non-degree, is becoming more and more crowded. The Ivy Exec rankings and profile pages allow us to reach beyond our own website to further tell our story. And they give potential applicants an easy comparison tool so they can find a program that is the best fit for them.”
About the Auburn MBA
Housed in the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Auburn’s MBA programs serve more than 580 students and an alumni network of more than 5,000. Auburn offers the MBA degree across multiple delivery models, allowing students to choose the program that best accommodates their professional and personal demands. The Online MBA ranks 11th and the Full-Time MBA ranks 73rd in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. The Executive MBA ranks 20th in the Mid-Atlantic/South region by Ivy Exec and the Physicians Executive MBA ranks 15th by Modern Healthcare.
For more information, visit harbert.auburn.edu.
Interested in earning your executive MBA? Contact MBA Admissions Advisor Joe Collazo at (877) AUB-EMBA or firstname.lastname@example.org.