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    A Changing of the Guard

    By Louis Lavelle

    The latest Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of the world's top executive MBA programs features a

    shakeup at the very top. The University of Chicago's Booth School of Business has captured the No. 1 spot for the first time since the ranking began 20 years ago, ousting Chicago-area rival Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management, which until now was the only No. 1 school in the ranking's history.While both schools continue to garner the respect of EMBA directors, the overall satisfaction of Kellogg EMBA graduates appears to have declined–the program ranked 11th in our grad poll this year, down from eighth in 2009, the last time we ranked EMBA programs. One possible reason: support staff and services. In 2009, Kellogg grads awarded the program an A+ in this category. This year they gave it a B.The new ranking is a setback for Kellogg, which won the No. 1 spot in six consecutive rankings: 1991, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009. In 1993, 1997, and 1999, Bloomberg Businessweek published

    alphabetical lists of top programs; in 1995 it did not publish an EMBA ranking.

    In the slides that follow, we list the 40 top EMBA programs, an expanded ranking that now includes many schools that appeared in an unranked second tier in 2009. To see the complete list, including the new second tier, use our interactive graphic. To learn more about individual programs, check out their online

    profiles, use our comparator tool, or take a virtual school tour. And for a detailed explanation of our

    methodology, read our FAQ.

    Note: Tuition represents the total cost of the EMBA program; out-of-state tuition was used for University of Michigan and University of Georgia. NR=not ranked.

    Join the discussion on the Bloomberg Businessweek Business School Forums, visit us on Facebook, and

    follow @BWbschools on Twitter.

    1. University of Chicago (Booth)

Chicago

    2009 Rank: 2

    Total Tuition: $148,000

    Enrollment: 555

    Top Teaching Method: Lectures (40 percent)Avg. Class Size (core): 90

    Avg. Class Size (elective): 45

    Teaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: A+• Finance: A+

    • Int'l Business: A

    • Marketing: A+

    • Strategy: B

    • Sustainability: A

    2. Columbia University

    New York

    2009 Rank: 4

    Total Tuition: $154,320

    Enrollment: 888

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (40 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 54Avg. Class Size (elective): 31Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: A+

    • Finance: A+

    • Int'l Business: A+

    • Marketing: A

    • Strategy: A

    • Sustainability: A+

    3. Northwestern University (Kellogg)

    Evanston, Ill.

    2009 Rank: 1

    Total Tuition: $159,900

    Enrollment: 389

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies, lectures (30 percent each)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 58Avg. Class Size (elective): 29

    Teaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: B

    • Finance: A

    • Int'l Business: B

    • Marketing: A

    • Strategy: B

    • Sustainability: B

    4. IE Business School

    Madrid

    2009 Rank: 6

    Total Tuition: $73,760

    Enrollment: 336

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (60 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 30Avg. Class Size (elective): NATeaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: A

    • Finance: A

    • Int'l Business: A+

    • Marketing: A+

    • Strategy: B

    • Sustainability: A+

    5. UCLA (Anderson)

    Los Angeles

    2009 Rank: 8

    Total Tuition: $113,661Enrollment: 246

    Top Teaching Method: Lectures (35 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 69Avg. Class Size (elective): 32Teaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: A+

    • Finance: A+

    • Int'l Business: A

    • Marketing: A

• Strategy: C

    • Sustainability: A+

    6. University of Michigan (Ross)

    Ann Arbor, Mich.

    2009 Rank: 7

    Total Tuition: $136,000

    Enrollment: 129

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies, team projects, distance learning, experiential learning (20 percent

    each)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 43Avg. Class Size (elective): 43Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: B

    • Finance: A+

    • Int'l Business: A

    • Marketing: A+

    • Strategy: A+

    • Sustainability: B

    7. Southern Methodist University (Cox)

    Dallas

    2009 Rank: 9

    Total Tuition: $104,125

    Enrollment: 168

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (30 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 41Avg. Class Size (elective): 41Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: A+

    • Finance: A+

    • Int'l Business: A+

    • Marketing: A+

    • Strategy: A

    • Sustainability: A+

8. University of Southern California

    (Marshall)

    Los Angeles

    2009 Rank: 5

    Total Tuition: $114,000Enrollment: 330

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies, lectures

    (25 percent each)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 64Avg. Class Size (elective): NATeaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: B

    • Finance: B

    • Int'l Business: A

    • Marketing: A

    • Strategy: A+

    • Sustainability: A

    9. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)

    Philadelphia

    2009 Rank: 3

    Total Tuition: $170,550

    Enrollment: 407

    Top Teaching Method: NA

    Avg. Class Size (core): 52Avg. Class Size (elective): 22Teaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: B

    • Finance: A+

    • Int'l Business: B

    • Marketing: C

    • Strategy: C

    • Sustainability: C

    10. Duke University (Fuqua)

    Durham, N.C.

    2009 Rank: 10

    Total Tuition: $146,600Enrollment: 594

    Top Teaching Method: Lectures (35 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 55Avg. Class Size (elective): NATeaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: C

    • Finance: B

    • Int'l Business: B

    • Marketing: C

    • Strategy: B

    • Sustainability: B

    11. University of North Carolina (Kenan-

    Flagler)

    Chapel Hill, N.C.

    2009 Rank: 11

    Total Tuition: $89,000

    Enrollment: 213

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (50 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 47

    Avg. Class Size (elective): 23

    Teaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: A+

• Finance: A

    • Int'l Business: B

    • Marketing: A

    • Strategy: A

    • Sustainability: A

    12. IESE

    Barcelona, Spain

    2009 Rank: 13

    Total Tuition: $126,500Enrollment: NA

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (40 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 35Avg. Class Size (elective): 35Teaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: A+• Finance: A

    • Int'l Business: B

    • Marketing: B

    • Strategy: A

    • Sustainability: A+

    13. New York University (Stern)

    New York

    2009 Rank: 14

    Total Tuition: $149,000Enrollment: 190

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (35 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 42Avg. Class Size (elective): 23Teaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: A+• Finance: A

    • Int'l Business: A

    • Marketing: B

    • Strategy: A

    • Sustainability: A+

14. Ohio State University (Fisher)

    Columbus, Ohio

    2009 Rank: 15

    Total Tuition: $78,500

    Enrollment: 47

    Top Teaching Method: Team projects (25 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 47Avg. Class Size (elective): 47Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: B

    • Finance: A

    • Int'l Business: C

    • Marketing: A+

    • Strategy: A+

    • Sustainability: A+

    15. Emory University (Goizueta)

    Atlanta

    2009 Rank: 12

    Total Tuition: $95,600

    Enrollment: 142

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (40 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 38Avg. Class Size (elective): 30Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: B

    • Finance: B

    • Int'l Business: B

    • Marketing: B

    • Strategy: A+

    • Sustainability: B

    16. Thunderbird School of Global

    Management Glendale, Ariz.

    2009 Rank: 2nd Tier

Total Tuition: $88,700

    Enrollment: 112

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (45 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 46Avg. Class Size (elective): 5Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: C

    • Finance: B

    • Int'l Business: A+

    • Marketing: A

    • Strategy: B

    • Sustainability: A

    17. University of Maryland (Smith)

    College Park, Md.

    2009 Rank: NR

    Total Tuition: $98,500

    Enrollment: 40

    Top Teaching Method: Lectures (35 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 40Avg. Class Size (elective): 40Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: A

    • Finance: A

    • Int'l Business: C

    • Marketing: A+

    • Strategy: A+

    • Sustainability: A

    18. INSEAD France/Singapore

    2009 Rank: 19

    Total Tuition: $130,022

    Enrollment: 105

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies, lectures (32 percent each)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 40Avg. Class Size (elective): 35Teaching Quality Grades

    • Entrepreneurship: A• Finance: B

    • Int'l Business: B

    • Marketing: B

    • Strategy: A

    • Sustainability: C

    20. Washington University (Olin)

    St. Louis

    2009 Rank: 2nd Tier

    Total Tuition: $99,000Enrollment: 235

    Top Teaching Method: Case studies (35 percent)

    Avg. Class Size (core): 40Avg. Class Size (elective): NATeaching Quality Grades• Entrepreneurship: B• Finance: B

    • Int'l Business: A

    • Marketing: A

    • Strategy: A

    • Sustainability: B

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