About the Tepper School of Business
The Tepper School of Business, founded in 1949, pioneered the discipline of management science, challenging the academic orthodoxy of the time, which championed the case study method as the primary way to solve business problems. Other educational institutions eventually followed suit, and now most leading business schools teach some form of Carnegie Mellon’s model of decision-making powered by analytics. With the rise of big data in the 21st century, the Tepper School’s approach of developing analytical methods for solving business problems has become even more important, as it continues to make an impact in industry, government and education around the globe.
The Tepper School’s influence has spread in part due to the achievements of its faculty and former students. Nine Nobel laureates are part of the business school’s legacy (formerly named the Graduate School of Industrial Administration). With its exceptional academics and one of the nation’s most innovative entrepreneurship centers, which has generated in excess of 250 new companies and 9,000 jobs, the Tepper School will be shaping the future for years to come.
#14 Overall National Ranking, Bloomberg Businessweek (2017)
#17 Business School in the U.S. (MBA), Financial Times (2017)
#18 Business School, Forbes (2017)
#17 Graduate Business School, U.S. News & World Report (2019)
#21 Business School in the U.S., The Economist (2017)
#30 Business School Internationally (MBA), The Economist (2017)
#40 Business School Internationally (MBA), Financial Times (2018)
#2 Information Systems, U.S. News & World Report (2019)
#2 Production/Operations Management, U.S. News & World Report (2019)
#3 Top MBA Programs for ROI in the U.S., QS TopMBA (2018)
#5 Manufacturing/Logistics, Financial Times (2017)
#6 Entrepreneurship in the U.S., Financial Times (2017)
#8 Students Surveyed, Bloomberg Businessweek (2017)
#8 Entrepreneurship – Internationally, Financial Times (2017)
#8 Increase in Salary, The Economist (2017)
#9 Supply Chain/Logistics, U.S. News & World Report (2019)
#10 Employers Surveyed, Bloomberg Businessweek (2017)
#10 Economics, Financial Times (2017)
#11 Student Assessment of Career Service, The Economist (2017)
#11 Career Services, Financial Times (2018)
Part-Time On-Campus MBA
#1 Best Online MBA, Poets&Quants (2018)
#2 Part-Time MBA Overall National Ranking, Bloomberg Businessweek (2015)
#7 Best Business School, U.S. News & World Report (2019)
Part-Time Online MBA
#2 Best Online MBA, U.S. News & World Report (2018)
#6 Best Online MBA, Princeton Review (2017)
About Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University is a top-tier, private, global research institution whose award-winning faculty is renowned for working closely with students to solve major scientific, technological and societal challenges through a multidisciplinary approach and distinctive mix of programs in engineering, computer science, robotics, business, public policy, fine arts, science and the humanities. Since its founding in 1900, Carnegie Mellon has been the birthplace of innovation and the intersection of technology and the human condition.
Carnegie Mellon graduates are recruited by some of the world’s most transformative companies, and the university is becoming a global destination for organizations that want to be leaders in disciplines including robotics, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, additive manufacturing and data science. Carnegie Mellon is committed to attracting and retaining diverse, world-class talent; creating a collaborative environment open to the free exchange of ideas, where research, creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship can flourish; ensuring that individuals can achieve their full potential; and taking on real-world challenges.
The university’s main campus is located in Pittsburgh, with satellite campuses in New York, Silicon Valley, Africa, Australia and Qatar. More than 100,000 Carnegie Mellon alumni live and work around the world.
Notable Carnegie Mellon Best Grad School Rankings from U.S. News & World Report
Schools and Specialties
- #1 Computer Science
- #1 Programming Language
- #2 Artificial Intelligence
- #4 Systems
- #5 Theory
- #5 Engineering
- #2 Computer Engineering
- #8 Environmental/Environmental Health
- #9 Electrical/Electronic/Communications Engineering
- #10 Civil Engineering
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