Cox program ranked 15th in the world

Cox quad aerialSMU’s Cox School of Business has been ranked #15 in the United States in The Wall Street Journal‘s 2008 premier ranking of Executive M.B.A. (E.M.B.A.) programs, released Sept. 30.

Cox is one of 10 schools consistently named as top E.M.B.A. programs across ranking programs. The other 9 include Columbia, Wharton, Kellogg, Chicago, Duke, Michigan, North Carolina, USC and Emory.

Currently, the Financial Times and U.S. News & World Report rank the Cox E.M.B.A. #15 in the nation. U.S. News also ranks the Cox Professional M.B.A. (P.M.B.A.) program #9 in the nation. BusinessWeek ranks Cox #11 and #13 worldwide for its E.M.B.A. and P.M.B.A. programs, respectively.

“We are delighted that The Wall Street Journal has ranked the Cox School’s prestigious E.M.B.A. program as one of the top programs in the world,” said Cox Dean Albert W. Niemi Jr.. “Our faculty, staff, current students and graduates work hard to make the Cox School the best it can be, and they deserve the credit for this recognition.”

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