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Graduate Business School Rankings

(i.e., 2010 U. S. News & World Report PartTime MBA Program Rankings)

1. New York University

2. University of Chicago

3. Northwestern University

4. University of California -Los Angeles

5. University of Southern California

6. University of California – Berkeley

7. Georgia State University

8. University of Michigan- Ann Arbor

9. DePaulUniversity

10. Santa Clara University

11. Southern Methodist University

12. Loyola Marymount University, Marquette University (tied)

14. Saint Louis University, Xavier University (tied)

16. Boston College, Emory University, Loyola University, University of Maryland (tied)

20. Carnegie Mellon University, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, Washington University in St. Louis (tied)

23. St. Joseph’s University

24. Arizona State University, Babson College, Seattle University (tied)

27. Indiana University – Bloomington, University of Texas – Austin (tied)

29. Boston University

30. Fordham University, Loyola College in Maryland, The Ohio State University (tied)

For more on Saint Louis University’s Graduate Business School Rankings, you can visit www.SLU.edu or contact its public-relations/public-affairs/publicity office. Similarly, Dr. Clark (your public relations, public affairs and publicity expert) can provide you with many more details about Saint Louis University’s undergraduate and graduate excellence, since he enjoys serving as a public-relations/public-affairs/publicity representative of Saint Louis University. Dr. Clark can also provide you with details on The Ohio State University, Texas A&M University and the University of Houston. This is because Dr. Clark (1) was accepted into the honors program at The Ohio State University, where he obtained a BS in Agriculture and (2) obtained two degrees from Texas A&M University, as well as two degrees from the University of Houston, after he graduated from his undergraduate program at The Ohio State University. More specifically, your public-relations/public-affairs/publicity expert obtained graduate MS Nutrition (thesis research sponsored by Eli Lilly) and undergraduate BS Biochemistry degrees from Texas A&M University, along with MBA and MA Economics degrees from the University of Houston, before he earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from Saint Louis University.