Founded in 1920, the SMU Cox School of Business, part of Southern Methodist University, is consistently recognized as a top business school by major publications such as The Economist, Financial Times, Forbes, BusinessWeek, U.S. News & World Report and The Wall Street Journal. It was named 2009 Diversity Champion Award winner at the annual Texas Diversity and Leadership Conference.

The Cox School offers a full range of undergraduate, graduate and executive education programs, including the BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration), full-time MBA, EMBA, Professional MBA (PMBA), Master of Science in Management (MSM), Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), Master of Science in Entrepreneurship (MSIE).

The full-time MBA is a twenty-two month program with concentrations in General Business, Accounting & Financial Consulting, Finance, Information Technology and Operations Management, Marketing, Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Management.

Cox’s faculty is placed among the Top 30 business schools worldwide for research productivity in economics, finance, marketing, information systems, and strategy, according to a study by Academic Assessment Services (AAS).


- 70th in the FT Global MBA Rankings 2009.

- 88th in the 2009 full-time MBA ranking by The Economist's.

- 20th in the 2009 ranking of Top Business Schools for Hispanic Students by Hispanic Business magazine.

- Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review ranked SMU Cox at 21st in the ranking of top entrepreneurship programs in the country.

- 16th in the Wall Street Journal EMBA Ranking 2008.

- 23rd in the nation, 4th for highest SAT scores, 2nd for ACT, 7th for student satisfaction, 15th for academic quality (the highest in Texas), 19th for sending the most undergraduates to top MBA programs, and 22nd for return on investment (BusinessWeek 2008 undergraduate business school rankings).

- 11th in the world in 2008 BusinessWeek's EMBA ranking.

- The Professional MBA is rated 9th in the nation, the highest ranked program in Texas named in the category (USNWR, 2008).

- The EMBA is placed 5th in the world for top salaries in industry (FT 2008).

- 10th for its Professional MBA program, 14th for EMBA program and 41st for the full-time MBA program (USNWR 2007 “America's Best Graduate Schools”).

- 57th in the 2006 "UTD Top 100 Business School Research Rankings" released by the University of Texas at Dallas School of Management.
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