The Financial Times released its latest MBA program rankings today, and the Katz Graduate School of Business received its best rankings since 2009.
Katz improved its MBA program global ranking nine spots from 82nd to 73rd. In addition, the Katz MBA program was ranked 39th in the United States and 16th among U.S. public programs.
The percentage salary increase for Katz MBA graduates improved from 133 to 144 percent. This is the third-highest percentage salary increase in the United States, according to the Financial Times. This ranking reaffirms similar findings from Forbes, SoFi, and The Economist, which all recognize the Katz MBA as being among the best in ROI and salary growth.
The Financial Times also has added a new metric, corporate social responsibility rank, that measures the number of core curriculum hours related to corporate social responsibility, ethics, and social and environmental issues. Katz ranked 16th in the world and 5th in the United States in this new metric.
Katz’s ranking improvements also can be attributed to increases in female faculty, female students, international faculty, and international students. All of these metrics are at their highest point in six years.