When U.S. News & World Report announced the 2007 publication of “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” the Alvah H. Chapman Graduate School of Business ranked eighteenth in the international specialization category—up four spots from last year. It was the only graduate program in Florida to appear in the list’s upper echelon.
“We are delighted that the Chapman School has achieved the impressive landmark of being ranked in the top twenty programs in international business in the country,” said Executive Dean Joyce J. Elam. “As we look toward the future of business education at the university, our strength in educating students—at both the undergraduate and graduate levels—and providing corporations and small businesses with a pool of talented, grounded, and well-rounded employees will continue to be undeniable.”
As a member of the top twenty, the Chapman School finds itself in the august company of major schools of business at the following leading universities: Thunderbird, University of South Carolina, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, New York University, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Harvard University, Duke University, University of Southern California, University of California–Berkeley, University of California–Los Angeles, Georgetown University, Stanford University, Michigan State University, Indiana University–Bloomington, University of Texas–Austin, University of Washington, Northwestern University, and Temple University. View the entire list.