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LeBow was named a Tier One Business School in CEO Magazine's Global MBA 2024 Rankings

LeBow’s Graduate and Executive Programs Earn Global Rankings


March 27, 2024

Several of the LeBow College of Business’ online graduate and executive programs, including the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) and the Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), received high rankings and other impressive commendations as part of CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings.

Overall, LeBow was named a Tier One Global MBA Business School alongside schools from throughout the U.S., as well as Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany and other countries.

LeBow’s Executive MBA was ranked 18th among EMBA programs globally and 6th among programs in North America.

Additionally, the LeBow Online MBA was ranked 20th globally and 3rd among online MBA programs in North America.

Finally, LeBow’s Executive DBA was featured in the magazine’s unranked Global listing alongside a select group of schools worldwide offering DBA programs.

“The CEO Magazine ranking confirms LeBow’s position as a long-standing institution with global reach and impact,” said Dean and R. John Chapel Jr. Dean’s Chair Vibhas Madan, PhD. “Along with the College’s innovative and market-driven curriculum, our expert faculty and dedicated staff equip students with the knowledge, skills and network to develop real-world solutions and drive positive change.”

CEO Magazine began its annual Global MBA Rankings in 2012, and the 2024 rankings were its largest, featuring 284 MBA programs from 24 countries.

Weighted categories for the EMBA and online MBA rankings include quality of faculty, international diversity, class size, accreditation, faculty-to-student ratio, price, international exposure, work experience, professional development, gender parity and delivery methods.

View CEO Magazine’s full 2024 rankings

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