Business Week placed the Marshall MBA program as the 17th best domestic MBA program.(2002)
The Leventhal School of Accounting ranked 4th for graduate accounting education by Public Accounting Report. (2002)
U.S.News & World Report placed the Marshall MBA Program 20th, the Executive MBA program 10th and the MBA for Professionals and Managers 6th. (2003)
Business Week ranked the Marshall Executive MBA Program 6th among the world's top programs. (2001)
Marshall faculty ranked 12th in the nation as the most productive in published research by the Academy of Management Journal. (2000)
Marshall is the only school to offer a one-year international MBA Program (IBEAR) accredited by the International Association for Management Education.
Business Week recognized Marshall's executive development programs as one of "Corporate America's Global Top 20 for Non-Degree Study" for six consecutive years.
Marshall is the first business school to require all first-year MBA students to study abroad, the focus of the Pacific Rim Education (PRIME) Program. International travel is a requirement in all four MBA programs: full-time (PRIME), part-time MBA (PM.GLOBE), executive MBA (ExPORT) and for multi-national MBA students in the International Business Education and Research (IBEAR) Program.
Marshall graduates enter an influential global network of more than 65,000 alumni working in 44 countries.
Established in 1920, Marshall is the oldest accredited business school in Southern California.
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