Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business and Economics is ranked #74 nationally, up 11 spots from last year, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Business Schools rankings. The ranking methodology weighs multiple metrics, including graduate salaries and employment rates; student selectivity, including average incoming GMATs, GPAs and acceptance rates; peer ratings by deans; and employer and recruiter assessments. The Argyros School was highlighted by Poets & Quants as one of the nation’s largest jumpers. It is now the 3rd ranked private school on the West Coast, behind only Stanford and USC. Argyros School graduates were ranked #37 nationally by corporate recruiters.
“We ultimately measure our success by the value our graduates bring to organizations. Our strong connections in the business community and increasingly influential faculty are the keys for us. This rating by the employers who hire our graduates is why prospective students are increasingly looking to the Argyros School for an MBA,” said Thomas Turk, Ph.D., Dean of Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University.
Established in 2005, Chapman’s Full-Time MBA program connects talented students with renowned faculty and influential business leaders in a personalized setting. The Chapman MBA equips professionals to think strategically, analyze carefully and act entrepreneurially.