UCLA Anderson tops part-time survey; Kellogg is top EMBA

Business Week has published its 2007 ranking of Executive MBA (EMBA) and part-time MBA programs in the United States.

Northwestern (Kellogg) was ranked top EMBA program, while the University of California at Los Angeles' (UCLA) Anderson School of Management was ranked as the top part-time MBA program.

The next ranking of full-time MBA programs will be in 2008. For more details, please visit Business Week's full coverage.

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