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America's Largest MBA programs

 
As in 2010, were the three largest MBA (Master of Business Administration) programs in the nation are also three of the best. Each year these schools attract thousands of applicants before finally narrow the field down to only the very best. These schools generally offer MBA degrees with a series of mergers and joint-degree options.

Harvard University

Harvard University Business School is the largest MBA program in the United States, despite its admissions selectivity. Harvard's program enrolled students in 2009 at the same time, 1801 Harvard's business school is no 1 business program in the nation, according to "U.s. News & World Report" rankings in the 2009 Harvard offers both the traditional MBA and Executive MBA degree for high-level leaders. Harvard-students can also pursue a variety of joint-degree programs. Students can study medicine (MD), law (JD), dentists (DMD), public policy (MPP) and public administration (MPA). Concurrent courses are also available to Harvard students through Tufts University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Specialization in MBA program includes accounting and management, marketing, economics, health policy, economics and strategy.

Harvard University
Business School
Soldiers Field
Boston, MA 02163
617-495-6128
hbs.edu

The University of Pennsylvania

The University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business is the second largest MBA program in the nation. Wharton Business School ranked in a tie for third by the standards of the "& U.s. News World Report" 2009 rankings. Wharton reported an enrollment of 1611 for 2009-2010. Wharton is famous for its many different education concentrations in MBA program. Offers more than 18 different fields of study, the Wharton School is one of the most diverse applications in the world. Some of these areas of study include strategic management, human resources and organizational management, statistics, accounting, multinational management, operations and information management, legal studies and business ethics, environmental and risk management and entrepreneurial management. Wharton also offers joint degrees in law, environmental studies and health care management.

University of Pennsylvania
The Wharton School
420 Jon m. Huntsman Hall
3730 Walnut St.
Philadelphia 19104.6340
215-898-6183
wharton.upenn.edu

Northwestern University

Northwestern University also has one of the largest and most prestigious MBA programs in the United States (Kellogg School of management). The school ranked third on "& U.s. News World Report" list for 2009, tied with Wharton School of Business. Areas of concentration include study areas such as real estate, media management, company management, health technology, industrial management, international business and markets, and entrepreneurship and innovation. Northwestern offers one of the most flexible MBA programs with full-time, part-time and Executive opportunities. The school also offers a joint M.B.A./J.D. degree in connection with the school's nationally ranked law school. At 1254 students for school year 2009-2010, Northwestern MBA program is the nation's third largest.

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of management
2001 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208
847-491-3300
kellogg.northwestern.edu
 
 

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