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Provo – Brigham Young University’s graduate business and law programs have received high marks from U.S. News & World Report. BYU’s MBA program is ranked No. 27 in the 2015 edition of U.S. News’ Best Graduate Schools, while the J. Reuben Clark Law School comes in at No. 36 among top law schools.
Both schools moved up in the rankings, with the MBA program jumping three spots from last year and the law school jumping eight spots.
“We are honored to be ranked among the top business schools in the world,” said Lee Perry, dean of the Marriott School of Management. “This recognition is particularly gratifying to those of us who work and study at the Marriott School, but it is also a tribute to the support we receive from alumni, advisors, and donors.”
Graduates from BYU’s MBA program enjoy one of the highest placement rates among MBA grads nationwide, with 95 percent of graduates employed at three months.
More than 93 percent of BYU Law grads from the last three graduating classes are employed, with the majority of those jobs being in law firms, business positions or judicial clerkships.