Rutgers, Stevens and NJIT were the only schools from New Jersey to be ranked among the 149 honored. (Princeton University does not have an MBA program.)
U.S. News ranks graduate programs in a number of specialty categories (ranking as many as 10 to 50 in certain areas). Rutgers was the only New Jersey school to be honored, as it ranked in a tie for No. 9 in supply chain — along with Purdue University and Stanford University.
While Rutgers was tops in the state, it was behind most of its Big Ten counterparts, finishing No. 10 in the conference.
The University of Chicago finished No. 1 overall for full-time MBA programs, followed by Northwestern University, the University of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University.