April 23, 2013 - A big congratulation goes out to the Duquesne team that placed 3rd overall for the Aspen Institutes’ Business & Society International MBA Case Competition! Atalie Hayes, Gregg Gorse, Matt Ebberts, and Andrew Minnotte placed first in the internal round of competition at Duquesne and then had their work submitted to the overall competition. They were [...] More »
Learn Why Duquesne Ranks In Global Top 20
Duquesne's John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business enjoys national and international recognition for its rigorous, ethical and highly relevant approach to training future senior managers.
That reputation, in turn, attracts highly talented faculty: teacher-scholars who form the backbone of this or any great business school.
Duquesne University ranks in the Top 20 small research universities in a new index that is designed to gauge faculty productivity in doctoral programs in the United States. The rankings, reported in the Chronicle of Higher Education, showed Duquesne as No. 16 nationwide among the 61 small research universities rated. The small research universities were considered as those with fewer than 15 doctoral programs.
Pittsburgh has attracted global attention for its economic transformation from the industrial capital of the world, to a center for knowledge-based, technology-driven enterprise. The Donahue Graduate School of Business calls upon the talent and commitment of more than 150 executives from the region's corporate community to enhance its programs.
The Donahue Graduate School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB International). Only 5 percent of business schools worldwide gain AACSB accreditation. Learn why AACSB accreditation matters.
Duquesne's MBA is ranked among the top 25 worldwide and #2 among small schools by the Aspen Institute, and given high marks for integrating social and environmental issues into a rigorous business core.
The Academy of Management Learning and Education ranks Duquesne's John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business as one of only three schools scoring in the highest category of ethics content.
A recent study of the world's top 50 graduate business schools conducted by the Center for Business Ethics and Ethics Resource Center shows a five-fold increase in the number of ethics courses being offered over the past two decades. Just over half of the schools in the survey have made ethics study a graduation requirement.
Robert P. Sroufe, Jr., PhD
Robert P. Sroufe, Jr., Murrin Chair of Global Competitiveness teaches and conducts research on environmental management systems, green supply chain management, design for environment, and green purchasing.
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