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Women 3.0 Magazine, a premier business, investing and wealth-building resource for women, has ranked UT’s executive MBAs and full-time MBA program in the Top 50 in the U.S. The rankings were based on academic excellence, entrepreneurial focus, commitment to new businesses and ideas and flexibility for working women.

"We are honored that Women 3.0 has included our executive and full-time MBA programs in its Top-50 rankings," said Jan Williams, dean of the College of Business Administration. "These rankings reinforce our efforts in ensuring that our executive MBA programs deliver superior education with minimal interruption to students’ careers and in recognizing the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship in our curriculum."

Women 3.0 joins other prestigious sources, such as Business Week, U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Supply Chain Management Review, Public Accounting Report, Forbes, Princeton Review and the Wall Street Journal, in ranking UT’s executive and full-time MBA programs among the nation’s best.

Women 3.0 ranks all schools alphabetically, not numerically.

To be listed as a Top 50 executive MBA program, the school must offer:

• A degree heavily focused in accounting, operations, marketing, management and/or finance — areas most demanded by working adults.
• A dedicated, talented faculty.
• A wide variety of electives.
• Proximity to strong business-hub cities.
• A good flex-schedule for working students.

To be listed as a Top 50 MBA program in the area of entrepreneurship, the school must offer a strong MBA program, a degree or focus in entrepreneurship, a wide offering of relevant electives, established entrepreneurship centers/incubators and proximity to strong business-hub cities.

Since 2006, Women 3.0 has provided business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs and decision makers. Women 3.0 is a source of information for and about women-owned businesses and corporate leaders, and an authority on women-related business news and trends.

Women 3.0’s Top 50 Executive MBA Programs

University of Tennessee

University of Alabama
Arizona State University
University of Arizona
Baylor University
Brigham Young University
California at Berkeley, University of (Haas)
University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
University of Chicago (Executive MBA Program North America)
Columbia University (EMBA)
Cornell University (Cornell Executive MBA Program)
University of Delaware
Duke University (Weekend EMBA Program)
Georgetown University (International Executive MBA)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia State University
University of Georgia
Iowa (Executive MBA Program)
Kennesaw State University
Louisiana State University
Marquette University
University of Miami
Michigan State University
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
New York University (NYU Stern Executive MBA Program)
University of North Carolina-Chapel-Hill
Northeastern University
Northwestern University (Kellogg School Executive MBA Program)
Ohio State University (Executive MBA)
University of Oregon (Executive MBA)
University of Pennsylvania
Pepperdine University (EMBA)
Purdue University (EMB Program)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rice University
Rollins College
Rutgers (Executive MBA (USA))
University of South Florida
University of Southern California (Marshall)
Southern Methodist University
Stetson University
Texas A&M University
Texas-Austin (Texas Executive MBA)
Vanderbilt University (Owen)
Villanova University
Wake Forest University
Washington University

Women 3.0’s Top 50 MBA Programs for Entrepreneurship

University of Tennessee 

University of Alabama
University of Arizona
Babson College
Ball State University
Boston University
University of California at Berkeley
University of California, Davis
University of California, Los Angeles
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western Reserve University
Chapman University
University of Chicago
University of Colorado- Boulder
University of Dayton
DePaul University
Drexel University
Florida International University
George Washington University
University of Georgia
University of Houston
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Indiana University, Bloomington
University of Louisville
Loyola Marymount University
University of Maryland
University of Michigan
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Northern Kentucky University
Northwestern University
University of Notre Dame
Penn State University
Rice University
University of Rochester
Saint Louis University
San Diego State University
Seton Hall University
Simmons College
University of South Carolina
University of South Florida
University of Southern California
Syracuse University
Temple University
University of Texas
Tulane University
Vanderbilt University
University of Virginia
Wake Forest University
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin-Madison