The Denver MBA is the University of Denver’s full-time, traditional MBA program
The Denver MBA is once again ranked among the nation’s top-50 programs in Fortune Education’s list of Best MBA Programs, released in October 2022, thanks to its comprehensive curriculum and the competitive salaries its graduates receive. The Denver MBA, which came in at No. 49, is the full-time MBA program offered by the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business.
“Denver MBA graduates are proven performers who are confident, emotionally intelligent and prepared for the labor force,” said Vivek Choudhury, dean of the Daniels College. “We are honored that Fortune Education once again recognized our Denver MBA program among the best traditional MBA programs in the nation.”
Fortune Education invited 100 traditional MBA programs to participate in the ranking. The ranking is composed of three components—outcomes score, Fortune 1000 score and brand score. The core of the ranking is based on alumni salaries, leadership trajectory and school brand. The description of Fortune Education’s ranking components can be found on its methodology page.
The Denver MBA offers a full-time, on-campus curriculum that combines an intensive classroom experience with immersive, real-world business challenges. The degree can be completed in 21 months and is designed for students looking to grow their business and leadership skills.
“The Denver MBA prepares students to be indispensable to their organizations,” said Carol Johnson, assistant dean of MBA programs. “Our students focus on core business challenges, not just core business courses, so they have the skills to accelerate their careers and change their lives.”
The ranking is the latest accolade for Daniels MBA programs. The online MBA@Denver program climbed 23 spots, to No. 21, in Fortune Education’s list of Best Online MBA Programs of 2022. In U.S. News & World Report’s list of 2023’s Best Graduate Schools, the Denver MBA ranked 71st and the part-time Professional MBA took the No. 75 spot.