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Ryan Black
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 8:00pm

CEO Magazine has released their 2017 Global MBA Rankings, and Saunders College received top recognition. The College of Business here at RIT made it into CEO Magazine’s ‘Tier One’ for North American MBA programs.

The school’s cumulative percentage score across a number of categories determined the ranking as ‘Tier One’ as opposed to ‘Tier Two’. The points of comparison included quality of faculty, faculty to student ratio, professional development, work experience, and more.

CEO Magazine’s annual Global MBA Rankings profiles MBA, Executive MBA, and Online MBA programs; this year the publication featured over 290 graduate programs.

The CEO Magazine is also widely known for its monthly business and lifestyle content, aimed at executives and leaders. The publication endeavors to offer insight on adapting to change, embracing technology, risk taking, and overcoming barriers to success within the business world.

Check out CEO Magazine’s latest edition or their website for the complete MBA Rankings for 2017.

---Saunders College of Business is one of nine colleges at Rochester Institute of Technology and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). Recognized and ranked internationally, Saunders is home to more than 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in programs across RIT Global Campuses in Rochester, New York, Croatia, Dubai, Kosovo and China. Saunders College works in partnership with RIT’s entrepreneurial Venture Creations incubator and top ranked Albert J. Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship to integrate business education with RIT’s world-leading technical and creative programs. Saunders College offers undergraduate (BS), Masters (MS), Masters of Business Administration (MBA), and Executive MBA (EMBA) programs where students gain real-world business experiences through a tradition of applied learning, cooperative education and capstone programs.

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