The only EMBA consistently ranked top 10 nationally in these four categories

We’re always excited to see the new EMBA program rankings come out from The Economist every other year. But as schools jump up and down the list each time, it’s perhaps more telling to look for the consistent trends.

As it turns out, the Executive MBA program at TCU Neeley School of Business has, in every ranking since 2013, been the only school to consistently rank in the nation’s top 10 in the four categories of student quality, faculty quality, program quality and overall.

emba rankings 2020

Only twice since the rankings began has any other U.S. school ranked top 10 in those four categories: The University of Michigan this year, and Yale back in 2018.

It’s thrilling to see the insight and diligence of our faculty and staff pay off, as every single year they look for ways to improve and adapt the program according to the needs of a new group of students.

Here’s a quick look at our track record.

The TCU Neeley Executive MBA Program

  • Top 10 nationally in student quality, faculty quality, program quality and overall – four consecutive times since 2013
  • Top 10 globally in faculty quality and program quality – four consecutive times since 2013
  • No. 1 in Texas – three consecutive times since 2015

Global Rankings

2013

2015

2018

2020

Quality of Students

3

5

15

(10 nationally)

14

(9 nationally)

Quality of Faculty

9

2

3

4

Quality of Program

5

4

5

5

Overall

21

(9 nationally)

12

(9 nationally)

18

(7 nationally)

13

(8 nationally)

The Economist rankings are based on quantitative data from schools and surveys of current students and recent graduates. See all 2020 rankings.