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Business Rankings & Recognition

A Business Education Recognized for Excellence

Just like Creighton University, the Heider College of Business has long received top rankings and recognition. 

AACSB Accredited: Top 2% of business schools in the world to be accredited in both business and accounting by AACSB International.

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U.S. News & World Report Rankings

A Top-ranked National University

Creighton University ranks in the top third of National Universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 rankings for “Best Colleges.” For a third consecutive year, Creighton returns to the prestigious list of National Universities, recognized for offering a full range of undergraduate majors and master’s and doctoral programs, and for producing groundbreaking research.

Top-ranked Undergraduate Programs: In addition to the overall ranking, the Heider College of Business ranked in the top 20% in the country with our undergraduate finance and accounting programs.

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Top 20%

of business schools in the world

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Top 25

First-Time CPA Pass Rate

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8

Faculty members are CFA charterholders (most respected designation in finance). More than any other university in the world.

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99%

of students are employed, in a service program or pursuing an advanced degree within 6 months of graduation

Graduate Rankings

U.S. News & World Report named several Creighton University online graduate programs at the top of the following categories:

  • No. 31 Master’s Business Programs (non-MBA)
  • No. 37 MBA Programs
  • No. 42 MBA for Veterans
  • No. 15 MBA General Management Programs
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Best Online Graduate Business Programs - U.S. News & World Report

Best Value School

Your investment in a top-ranked education will pay off. U.S. News also ranks Creighton as a top national university for service-learning opportunities, undergraduate teaching, innovation, and a best value school.

Best Value School

 

These rankings are a great example of the quality and value of a Creighton education.
— Anthony Hendrickson, PhD, Dean, Heider College of Business