March 31, 2008

US News & World ReportLOS ANGELES -- U.S. News and World Report released its latest business school rankings.  UCLA Anderson's Full-Time MBA program is ranked 11th, up 5 spots from last year.  The Fully-Employed MBA Program continued its 4th place ranking, and the Executive MBA program was ranked 6th, up two spots from last year.   The Finance area was ranked 7th, Entrepreneurship 11th, Marketing 11th, and Production/Operations 11th.

U. S News and World Report measures peer and recruiter perceptions, applicant quality and selectivity metrics, and employment and compensation rates.  Each survey that ranks business schools measures different variables and uses different methodologies. This ranking, along with others conducted throughout the year, is but one indicator, among many, of a program's quality and impact.  You can read more about the U.S. News & World Report rankings and the rankings methodology at

The USNWR feature story on business schools in this rankings issue, “Business Schools Teach Environmental Studies,” references UCLA Anderson and some of our relevant curriculum.

The UCLA Anderson strategic plan is focused on continuing enhancements to our education and research programs, global initiatives, and student and alumni services.  These activities ultimately define the quality and impact of UCLA Anderson programs.  Please refer to the strategic plan, at

About UCLA Anderson School of Management
UCLA Anderson School of Management, established in 1935, is regarded among the very best business schools in the world.  UCLA Anderson faculty are ranked #1 in "intellectual capital" by BusinessWeek and are renowned for their teaching excellence and research in advancing management thinking.  Each year, UCLA Anderson provides management education to more than 1,600 students enrolled in MBA, Executive MBA, Fully-Employed MBA and doctoral programs, and to more than 2,000 professional managers through executive education programs.  Combining highly selective admissions, varied and innovative learning programs, and a world-wide network of 35,000 alumni, UCLA Anderson develops and prepares global leaders.

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