The Temple University Fox School of Business was recently recognized as one of eight Business Schools on the Rise by U.S. News & World Report because of the school’s continued ascent in rankings. As an alumni of Fox Business School and the step-parent of a current Fox student, I am certainly pleased by the news. We chose Temple primarily for the value offered – the quality and market value of the education in relation to the price of the education. A schools rankings play an important role both in the selection criteria of many students as well as the perceived market value of the school’s graduates.
The Fox School’s Full-time MBA climbed 11 spots in U.S. News’s newest graduate rankings, which also placed Fox’s Part-time Professional MBA as the highest-ranked in Greater Philadelphia and recognized the school’s graduate management information systems programs among the nation’s best.
“Our students expect curriculum innovation, premier faculty, experiential learning and more from one of the nation’s top public-urban business schools,” Dean M. Moshe Porat said. “These rankings recognize that we are delivering on our pledge to make a Fox degree more valuable than ever.”