The Economist Impressed with Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program

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The Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program rates well in its debut on The Economist’s recently released assessment of the top global EMBAs.

The program ranks 26th overall and seventh for programs from public institutions. It also scored well in several sub-categories, including quality of faculty, ratio of full-time faculty to EMBA students, and a student’s ability to keep in contact when off campus.

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“What makes the Smeal Executive MBA Program truly unique is our unmatched combination of faculty quality and the unique access our students have to those amazing resources,” said Managing Director Jason Stieg.

Smeal EMBA is also The Economist’s highest-ranked program in the Philadelphia area and one of the top programs in the Mid-Atlantic. The course starts in August and spans 17 consecutive months.

“Our faculty genuinely enjoys the relationships they build with our EMBA cohorts and look forward to teaching in the program every year,” said Stieg.

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