Each year, U.S. News ranks at least 399 higher education institutions (exclusively liberal arts programs are tallied separately) across the United States, judging the national universities on a wide bevy of metrics — including graduation rate, class size, student-faculty ratio, standardized test scores of admitted students and the “expert opinion” of high school counselors and college administrators.
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For the third year straight, Cornell’s Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management received a higher ranking in Global MBA Ranking by The Financial Times, becoming the 17th best business school — up from 27th in 2017 and 31th in 2016.
The city also ranked 22nd in the jobs category, reflecting lower unemployment rates for the college educated population in relation to the general population, but 379th — the fourth lowest of all cities — in affordability.
After becoming an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business accredited program in 2002, the AEM department has risen in the rankings, from the 14th spot in 2006, to 10th in 2007 and finally to the fourth spot this year.
The AEM department is one of only two accredited undergraduate business programs in the Ivy League.
To rank the 127 programs, BusinessWeek measures student satisfaction, post-graduation outcomes and academic quality.