Founded in 1919, The Kenan-Flagler Business School is one of the oldest established professional schools at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) - a top ranking public research university in the United States.

The school offers a range of executive education programs, a BS in Business Administration, M.B.A, Master of Accounting, and Ph.D programs. There are four types of MBA degree programs:
- Evening MBA for Executives (24 Months)
- Weekend MBA for Executives (20 Months)
- Full Time MBA (21 Months)
- OneMBA (Global) MBA for Executives (21 Months)

Kenan-Flagler is consistently ranked as one of the top leading business schools in the country across the major ranking publications. It is accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).


- 11th in the US News Best Graduate Accounting Schools ranking 2010.

- 19th in the 2009 US News Business School Rankings..

- 15th in the nation for return on investment, according to the Forbes’ 2009 ranking of top U.S. MBA programs.

- The BSBA Program is rated 6th among U.S. public and private institutions offering undergraduate business degree programs by U.S. News & World Report (August 2008). In the specialty rankings, it is placed 4th in Marketing, 5th in Management, 9th in Production/Operations, 10th in Entrepreneurship, 11th in Accounting, and 11th in International Business.

- BusinessWeek ranked the BSBA Program 13th in its fourth annual ranking (February 2009) of the best undergraduate business programs. It is also rated 2nd in return on investment for public universities.

- 17th in the world and 7th in the US by the Financial Times in its 2009 survey of the best non-degree programs for executives. In addition it is rated 1st for food and accommodations, 8th for value for money, 8th for facilities, 10th for preparation, 13th for program design, and 15th for aims achieved.

- 5th in the Wall Street Journal EMBA Ranking 2008.

- 17th in the ranking of US Top Full Time MBA Programs (Business Week 2008).

- The Executive Development’s custom programs ae placed 23rd globally and 13th in the US (FT 2008).

- The Wall Street Journal's 2007 business school rankings placed UNC 5th for Corporate Social Responsibility, 9th in Marketing and 6th overall.

- The BSBA program is placed 11th in the BusinessWeek’s rankings of the top 50 undergraduate business programs (2006). It is also placed 5th among public programs, 7th for academic quality, and 10th for student satisfaction.

- 8th in The Wall Street Journal ranking of MBA programs based on surveys of corporate recruiters (2006). It is also placed highly for academic excellence, with rankings of 7th in social responsibility and 8th in marketing.

- 8th among the top global MBA programs recognized for preparing MBA students for social and environmental stewardship (Beyond Grey Pinstripes ranking 2005).

- BusinessWeek ranked the School's Executive MBA Program 5th, and its Executive Education program 17th for custom programs and 19th for open-enrollment programs (2005).

- 10th in the Wall Street Journal ranking of corporate recruiters’ top 50 programs, published in 2003. It is also ranked 2nd among the top public schools in the country, 1st school in the South and 7th among top large schools (with full-time enrollment of 500 or more).
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