Auburn’s Executive MBA Program Ranked on List of World’s Best

Auburn University’s Executive MBA Program has been ranked in the top 100 EMBA programs worldwide by the Financial Times.

The program in the Harbert College of Business is ranked No. 99 and is No. 21 of programs housed exclusively in a U.S. business school. It’s the first time Auburn has been on the list since 2010.

Stan Harris, associate dean of graduate and international programs in the Harbert College of Business, said he was “proud” of the ranking.

“It speaks to the continued efforts of our faculty to provide business students a world-class education that enhances their skills and prepares them to lead and innovate in their business organizations and industries.”

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Rankings are based on surveys of the school and alumni who graduated three years prior.

“Over the past 20 years, we have focused on providing students a dynamic educational experience that builds core business skills while allowing focused studies in the areas of leadership, operations, health care and, most recently, cybersecurity management,” said Kim Kuerten, executive director of Auburn Graduate Executive Program in the Harbert College of Business. “We do this by using a flexible delivery that blends online classes and short residencies so busy professionals can gain a degree without interrupting careers.”

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