The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business is the top ranked MBA school in Texas, according to the US News & World Report 2013 M.B.A. Rankings. It is also ranked among the best in the world. According to the annual Financial Times full-time global M.B.A. ranking 2013, McCombs is ranked No. 22 among U.S. programs and No. 7 among American public schools. Among Texas programs in the ranking, McCombs alumni continue to bring in the highest salaries in the state. Moreover, the Texas MBA program is placed 31st globally in The Economist’s 2011 full-time M.B.A. rankings. Among U.S. schools McCombs is 21st, and is 5th among U.S. public schools.
In addition to Full-Time MBA, McCombs School of Business offers a highly ranked Evening MBA program which is designed for managers and professionals who seek a flexible path to an MBA that will allow them to continue working throughout their study. The Texas Evening MBA program is ranked among the top 10 part-time M.B.A. programs by U.S. News & World Report (2012).
Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Management is another top ranked MBA university in Texas. It is ranked No. 25 nationally in the US News M.B.A. Rankings for 2013; and is ranked No. 25 in the U.S. and No. 39 among full-time global M.B.A. programs, according to the 2012 rankings from The Economist.
The Rice MBA Full Time Program provides students with a comprehensive MBA learning experience and offers specialized concentrations in marketing, finance, accounting, health care, energy, management consulting, and more.
Jones Graduate School of Management also offers an M.B.A. for Professionals and an M.B.A. for Executives, which are designed to enable working professionals to pursue a traditional MBA degree. The Rice M.B.A. for Executives program is ranked among best in the nation by the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times. In the 2010 Wall Street Journal EMBA Rankings, Rice EMBA is ranked in the top 20. In the Financial Times EMBA 2009 rankings, the Rice M.B.A. for Executives program is ranked 11th among U.S. Executive MBA programs, 1st in Texas and in the Southwest.