Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

Mizzou Business News

Mizzou's Crosby MBA program ranked by BusinessWeek

For the first time, the Crosby MBA program in the Trulaske College of Business is ranked in Bloomberg BusinessWeek's top business schools for 2012. Of the 82 programs worldwide that made the elite list, Crosby MBA is ranked 24th for public institutions and 56th among all U.S. schools. Additionally, in response to Crosby MBA’s reputation for impressive return on investment, the program is ranked #1 for lowest cost amongst all ranked schools.

"We are incredibly pleased to be ranked in Bloomberg BusinessWeek," said Joan Gabel, Dean of the Trulaske College of Business, "We continuously strive to facilitate student growth and are particularly proud of the demonstrable evidence of the value we offer. This recognition reflects much hard work on behalf of our students, faculty, the university, our alumni and our employers."

The full-time Crosby MBA is designed to help students discover their true potential. Faculty and staff members of the program nurture student skills and talents in an environment where they’ll have the ability to not only succeed academically, but to thrive as individuals. The program offers affordability with strong ROI for graduates and opportunities for collaboration and experiential learning. To find out more, visit business.missouri.edu/mba.

The Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranking is based on three elements: a survey of newly minted MBAs, a poll of corporate recruiters, and an evaluation of faculty research output. The total for faculty size is then adjusted and an intellectual-capital rating is assigned for each school. The MBA surveys and the recruiter polls each contribute 45 percent to the final ranking, with the intellectual-capital ranking contributing the final 10 percent.