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Lally School of Management Recognized in Recent Rankings

Lally School of Management Recognized in Recent Rankings



By Jeanne Hedden Gallagher

December 14, 2020

Multiple rankings have recently recognized the high quality of the graduate degree programs offered by the Lally School of Management at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


The doctoral program offered by Lally is among the top 25 Best Business Doctorates for 2021, as ranked by GreatBusinessSchools.org. According to the site, programs were selected and ranked “according to factors that actually matter to students, including cost, potential salary, and reputation.


Additionally, The Princeton Review recently included Lally on its list of Best Business Schools for 2021. Specifically, Lally is on the Best On-Campus MBA list, which was assembled based on “a combination of institutional and student survey data, including career outcomes, admissions selectivity, and academic rigor, among others.”


“The external validation and rankings affirm the strength of the innovative graduate programs we offer,” said Chanaka Edirisinghe, the acting dean of Lally. “Our faculty are recognized leaders in their fields of research, and their contributions to our analytics-rich educational programs make Lally graduate degrees highly competitive.”


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