Today, Bloomberg's Businessweek has published its biennial 2013 part-time MBA and executive MBA rankings. Here's a quick run down of the top ten schools in each ranking.
Part-time MBA ranking
In the part-time ranking, which only ranks programs in the US, the top 10 has been shuffled a bit from 2011. Carnegie Mellon Tepper leads the pack, and is followed by Berkeley Haas, SMU Cox, UCLA Anderson, and Elon Love.
Los Angeles-area's Loyola Marymount is up seven spots from 2011, landing at spot number six. Rice Jones has position seven, and is followed by Chicago Booth, which rose 9 spots to take place number eight.
This year, Florida's Rollins Crummer broke into the top ten, having risen a whopping 35 spots to take position 9. Michigan Ross dropped four places to round out the top ten.
Executive MBA ranking
According to Businessweek, the title for the top executive MBA program in the world now belongs to Northwestern Kellogg, which had the third spot in 2011. Chicago Booth, which led the pack two years ago, now takes second place honors. The rest of the top five includes SMU Cox, Wharton, and UCLA Anderson, in that order.
Columbia takes spot number six, and is followed by the first non-US school, Spain's IE Business School. USC Marshall holds on to position number eight, and is followed by Ohio State Fisher and Michigan Ross to round out the top 10.