I always enjoy reporting on more good news and rankings for Utah. The executive MBA program at the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business has climbed to No. 33 nationally on the 2011 Financial Times list of leading executive MBA programs, and is the only Utah school ranked in the top 100 this year. This marks the school's seventh consecutive appearance in the ranking of global executive MBA programs, bettering its 2010 finish at No. 38 among the U.S. programs and maintaining its No. 88 global ranking, despite tough competition from several new international EMBA programs.
Utah's ability to educate its workforce is one of the leading factors decision-makers consider when making relocation plans. Rankings like this one help EDCUtah do its work and demonstrate the state's competiveness across many fields. More information about the Executive MBA program at the David Eccles School of Business can be found at www.emba.utah.edu.