In the recent U.S. News & World Report rankings, Wake Forest's Full-time MBA program rank improved 5 positions — to #46 this year, placing the program back into the Top 50 for the first time since 2007. Some key factors that contributed to the school's improvement in the full-time ranking include: a rank of #24 in the nation for "increase in average salary plus average bonus" (a 25 place increase over the previous year), and a rank of 26th in the nation on "placement at 3-months after graduation" (an 18 place increase over the previous year). All 433 AACSB accredited master's programs in business are eligible for this ranking.
In addition, our Part-time MBA program ranked in the Top 50 — at #31. It is the only part-time MBA program in NC that was ranked in the Top 50 this year.
Highlights of the graduate school rankings are scheduled for publication in the May 2010 issue of U.S. News & World Report magazine, available for newsstand purchase as of April 27. You may also refer to the Rankings FAQ page available here.