The magazine evaluated MBA programs on such criteria as the number of "people-oriented" core courses and electives offered, and the diversity of the student body. Next Step cited CGSOM as being among the business schools "which best reflect our global society: rich in knowledge, diverse in culture."
"We are very pleased at Next Step magazine's recognition of the Carroll Graduate School of Management," said CGSOM Dean Hassell McClellan. "It reflects the outstanding contributions of our faculty as well as our investment in initiatives to produce decision makers with global perspectives and the skills for making effective decisions in a highly competitive global business environment.
"Our goal over the next few years is to establish a position of leadership in the field of global management and the understanding of the strategic and competitive importance of diversity," McClellan added.
Other graduate management programs on the publication's top 40 list include Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Duke University and Dartmouth College.
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