Maryland Smith’s master’s and MBA programs continue to rank among the best in the world, with alumni outcomes ranking particularly high, according to the 2021 rankings from global higher education and business education analyst QA Quacquarelli Symonds.
The latest report from QS includes a new addition to its series of specialized business master’s degrees rankings – for the first time assessing the world’s master’s in supply chain management programs.
The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business ranks No. 24 in the world among master’s programs in supply chain management, with alumni outcomes ranked No. 6 in the world and thought leadership ranked No. 14.
Maryland Smith’s master’s in business analytics ranks No. 25 in the world, with alumni outcomes ranked No. 6 in the world and thought leadership ranked No. 14.
Meanwhile, the master’s in finance ranks No. 41 in the world, with alumni outcomes ranked No. 19, and the master’s in marketing ranks No. 34, with alumni outcomes ranked No. 5 worldwide.
The Full-Time MBA program ranked No. 121 in the world, and No. 51 in the United States, up seven spots from the year earlier.
Maryland Smith’s thought leadership continues to impress globally, ranked No. 68 among all global peers in the MBA space.
According to QS, each ranking is determined based on five key metrics: employability, entrepreneurship and alumni success, return on investment, thought leadership, and the diversity of the students and faculty.