With the growing importance of global business, more U.S. schools are hosting programs abroad. Others have formed joint programs with international counterparts. While our B-school rankings focus on full-time programs, our EMBA rankings are geared toward part-time degree programs for senior executives, many of whom are sponsored by their corporations.
Our report also ranks the Top 20 non-degree executive education programs among 121 schools. For this, we surveyed corporate management and development directors, who send executives to customized and open-enrollment programs.
You will find a wealth of information in our survey. More data can be found at (www.businessweek.com/bschools/). Stephen B. Shepard, Editor-in-Chief