Earn Your Advanced Business Degree at a Nationally Recognized Institution
When you are ready to pursue an advanced degree, be sure to consider the school’s reputation as an important factor in the decision-making process. By graduating from nationally recognized RIT, your résumé will boast the name of one of the nation’s top schools and convey the credibility and prestige valued by employers.
Recognition for the Executive MBA Programs:
The Executive MBA Programs at Saunders College of Business are recognized in the Tier One category by the CEO Magazine.
Recognition for the Online Executive MBA Program:
The Online EMBA Program has been specifically recognized for its high quality faculty, students, and delivery model.
- #7 by Princeton Review for “Best Online MBA Programs” in 2016 and 2017.
- #25 by U.S. News & World Report for “Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans” in 2016.
- #33 by U.S. News & World Report for “Best Online MBA Programs” in 2017.
- #12 by CEO Magazine for “Global Online MBA” category in 2016.
- #13 by College Values Online for “MBA Online: Top 50 Values 2016-2017.”
- #26 by Affordable Colleges Online for “Best Online MBA Programs for 2016.”
Recognition for Saunders College of Business:
The programs offered by Saunders College of Business have also been recognized by independent national evaluators.
- U.S. News & World Report ranks Saunders in the top 100 “Best Business Schools,” 2017 Edition, rankings for the full-time MBA program.
- U.S. News & World Report ranked Saunders in the top 100 “Best Undergraduate Business Programs,” 2017 Edition.
- The Princeton Review included Saunders College of Business in its 2016 edition of “Best 295 Business Schools.”
Honors for RIT
Earning recognition from a variety of independent national evaluations, RIT consistently ranks among the top regional universities in the United States. Some recent accolades include:
- U.S. News & World Report ranks Rochester Institute of Technology #33 in the “Great Schools, Great Prices” category.
- U.S. News & World Report ranks RIT #107 in the 2017 Best Colleges “National Universities” category, representing the first time RIT was recognized under its new classification as a 'doctoral university' due to its rapid increase in research and Ph.D. graduates.
- The Princeton Review ranks RIT among the Top 25 “Most Connected Campuses” for its computing and information technology resources.
- The Princeton Review included Rochester Institute of Technology in its 2016 edition of “Best 380 Colleges” and “Best Northeastern Colleges.”