Manhattanville School of Business proud to be recognized for three of its graduate programs

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Manhattanville School of Business proud to be recognized for three of its graduate programs

M.S. Marketing Communication Management ranked one of best, joining M.S. Business Leadership and M.S. Human Resource Management in best of rankings

July 11, 2017
published July 11, 2017

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The School of Business added a third recognition for its graduate business programs.  Successful Student ranked the 17 Best Communication Management Programs in the U.S. and the Manhattanville School of Business (MSB) M.S. Marketing Communication Management program was ranked 13th in this esteemed list which also included: University of Southern California, George Washington University and Syracuse University.  The factors that went into this ranking were academic reputation, variety of course work and subject areas from the student’s point of view.


All of our graduate curriculum mirrors real-world demands, says Steve Albanese, interim dean of the School of Business. “Our classes are taught by expert faculty with industry experience who work throughout the greater New York metropolitan area.”


In May, Top Management Degrees named M.S. in Business Leadership program as one of the top ten master's in management programs in the state of New York. Top Management Degrees’ criteria for the ranking was based on location, industry focus, as well as accreditation, affordability, average salary, and prestige. Click here to see the full ranking and methodology.

Last September, College Choice ranked M.S. in Human Resource Management and Organizational Effectiveness 36th on its list of Best Master’s in Human Resources Degree Programs 2016/17 list. The independent, online publication gave the School of Business’ M.S. in Human Resource Management program a score of 96.43 out of 100.