Baruch College recently earned recognition from the U.S. News & World Report for its graduate programs at the Larry Zicklin School of Business and the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs.
Both institutions had received high rankings in the “2022 Best Graduate Schools” list.
“Once again Zicklin’s MBA is ranked number one among public institutions in New York State,” Fenwick Huss, the Willem Kooyker Dean of the Zicklin School said. “Working professionals tell us time and again that they choose our programs for our relevant curricula, flexible scheduling, and supportive career services.”
Zicklin has made a significant jump in the rankings compared to last year’s ranking. It now ranks as one of the “top 30 programs among public colleges and universities” nationwide.
Marxe’s Master of Public Administration program now holds a ranking in the top 25, moving the institution up by 10 spots.
“It is gratifying to see such strong recognition of the quality and value of the Marxe School’s MPA,” Dean of the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs David Birdsell said. “We are once again the top public program in New York City, providing not only exceptionally rigorous preparation for meaningful careers, but costs that match careers in the public and nonprofit sectors.”
“New York is the world capital of the third sector, and the Marxe School is the very best place to come to prepare for distinguished service as a nonprofit…