Continued: Moore School
Thunderbird School of Global Management (Garvin) of Arizona led the international-business rankings, followed by the Moore School. Rounding out the top 10 were the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (Ross), Columbia University, Duke University (Fuqua) and New York University (tied for sixth), Harvard University, the University of Southern California (Marshall) and the University of California-Berkeley (Haas).
The U.S. News ranking is the latest accolade for the Moore School. Last August, the Moore School was ranked No. 1 in undergraduate international business for the 12th consecutive year by U.S. News’ annual survey, “America’s Best Colleges Guide” for 2009.
In January, the Moore School was ranked No. 2 among the world’s top 100 business schools in the category of “International Experience” and moved into the top 50 in scholarly research, according to the annual Financial Times of London rankings of business schools with full-time MBA programs.
About U.S. News rankings
To calculate the specialty rankings--such as international business--magazine researchers asked for expert opinions from deans of business schools and MBA program heads across the nation.
Each year, U.S. News releases rankings of the graduate schools. Some rankings are new, and others are from previous years.
Additional rankings are on the U.S. News & World Report Web site. The 2010 issue will be available on newsstands April 28.