Monday, January 29, 2007

Financial Times: UC Davis business specialty No. 1

Financial Times: UC Davis business specialty No. 1
Sacramento Business Journal - 1:25 PM PST Monday
by Kelly Johnson
Staff writer

The Graduate School of Management at University of California Davis came out on top in the Financial Times' worldwide ranking for the study of organizational behavior.

The Graduate School of Management ranked 47th among Masters of Business Administration programs nationally, and 76th in the world, in the list released Monday. In 2006, UC Davis came in No. 79 in the world. Its three-year average is No. 77.

In the category of organizational behavior, which examines how people, individuals and groups act in organizations, UC Davis was No. 1.

The Financial Times' 2007 Global MBA rankings looked at 21 categories focused on the areas of alumni career progress, diversity and faculty quality. The list also ranked 10 specialties, including organizational behavior, which were based on alumni recommendations.

The Graduate School of Management has been ranked among the top 50 business schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 11 consecutive years, university representatives said. The magazine's most recent survey ranked UC Davis No. 21 among business schools at public universities and 46th overall.

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