Here are the top 5 from that list of EMBA programs:
- University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
- Washington University in St. Louis (Olin)
- Thunderbird School of Global Management
- University of Southern California (Marshall)
- Northwestern University (Kellogg)
I've been thinking about business school for several years, but I have to admit that it's very difficult to justify spending that kind of money. It's one thing if you have an employer that is willing to cover the tuition. It's another thing if you're going to fund your own education. It would be nice to see some tuition reductions during a recession when many executives are unemployed.
You can see the full list of EMBA programs ranked by the Wall Street Journal here.