The Tepper School of Business is a business school of Carnegie Mellon University, consistently placed highly among the top business schools in the world as well as in a wide range of specializations.

The School offers a range of academic programs including Undergraduate Business, Undergraduate Economics, Executive Education, Master's of Business Administration (MBA), Master's In Computational Finance (MSCF), as well as Ph.D. degree programs in Accounting, Economics, Financial Economics, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Management & Manufacturing, Operations Research, and Organizational Behavior & Theory.

Rankings:

- 15th in the U.S. News Graduate Business School Rankings 2010. It is also rated 2nd in Information Systems, 2nd in Production/Operations Management, and 3rd in Supply Chain/Logistics.

- 9th in the Undergraduate Business School ranking (USNWR 2010). It is also ranked highly in other specialties, including 2nd in Management Information Systems, 2nd in Quantitative Analysis, 2nd in Production/Operations, 4th in Supply Chain Management, 7th in Finance, 18th in Entrepreneurship, 19th in Management, and 20th in Marketing.

- 51st in the world for its MBA program, 14th for Doctoral Program (Financial Times 2009). It is also placed 1st for Top Salaries in IT Category (MBA), and 3rd for Top School in Industry Category (MBA).

- 19th for Undergraduate Business Program (Business Week The Best Undergrad B-Schools - 2009 ).

- 7th in economics and business by impact (The Times Higher Education, April 2009).

- 23rd for full-time MBA program (Forbes 2009 biennial survey).

- 17th in the Graduate Business School (MBA) rankings (USNWR 2009).

- 19th overall for MBA in the BusinessWeek Rankings 2008. Graduate MBA Specialty Program Rankings include: 2nd in Operations/Production, 3rd in Most Improved, 5th in Innovative Curriculum, 7th in Finance, 8th in Analytical Skills, 9th in Career Services.

- 23rd in the US and 48th internationally (FT MBA rankings 2008). It is also placed 1st for Top School in Industry Category (MBA) and 1st for Top School in IT Category (MBA).

- The School's undergraduate program is rated 7th overall among the best business programs in the U.S. in the 2008 rankings released by U.S. News & World Report. It is placed 1st in Information Systems and 2nd in Production / Operations Management.

- According to the Wall Street Journal Rankings 2007, it is placed 5th in the U.S. among 19 nationally-ranked programs. It is also ranked high in the academic disciplines of Operations and Information Technology (2nd for both); Finance (4th); Entrepreneurship (6th); Strategy (6th); and General Management (9th). The School is also placed in the top 10 in several industry sectors: Management Consulting (5th); Health Care Products and Services (6th); Energy and Industrial Products and Services (7th); and Technology / Telecommunications / Internet (8th).

- Forbes magazine ranked the full-time MBA program at 20th for 2007.

- 16th for MBA program in the BusinessWeek Rankings - 2006 (biennial survey).

- 15th among the nation's top MBA programs. Overall the school placed 11th in intellectual capital, 12th in selectivity of applicants and 14th in job placement before graduation (BusinessWeek magazine 2004).

* Next: Simon Graduate School of Business

World University Ranking Tables

America - US News & World Report, The Princeton Review, BusinessWeek
Canada - Maclean's, Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
UK - Sunday Times, Guardian, Times Good University Guide, Daily Telegraph
World - Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU Rankings, Webometrics, Newsweek
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