The Financial Times’ recently published 2012 MBA ranking also included specific rankings of the different programs according to areas of specialty. Below are some of the more remarkable rankings:
-For entrepreneurship, the top program is Stanford, followed by Babson and Berkeley.
-For economics, the top program is Chicago, followed by MIT and Cranfield.
-For strategy, the top program is Harvard, followed by Cass and Michigan.
-For finance, the top program is Stern, followed by Columbia and Simon, while Wharton is only fourth.
-For general management, the top program is Harvard, followed by Tuck and Darden.
-For marketing, the top program is Kellogg, followed by Duke and Indiana.
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