The McCombs BBA program ranked No. 6 in the nation in Businessweek's 2014 ranking of undergraduate business programs, with noted strengths on the job front.
Faculty research continues to rise in world-class status, according to the University of Texas at Dallas School of Management.
For the first time, McCombs cracked Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the top-20 executive education programs, landing at No. 15 worldwide for custom programs, and 7th among U.S. universities.
In rejecting Carl Icahn's informal proposal, the board clarified that Michael Dell's offer is the only one on the table, said retired McCombs finance lecturer Jim Nolen.
McCombs receives accolades for outreach and accessibility to underrepresented minorities at the MBA level; minority faculty numbers touted.
New research by Bloomberg Businessweek found that at about a third of the top 30 U.S. business school, women earn less than men, post-MBA. Based on last year's statistics, women from McCombs' fulltime MBA program do better.