#1 in the undergraduate international business specialty in the survey of 'America's Best Colleges' -U.S.News & World Report
Top-ranked public university MBA program for international business and #3 among all institutions in that specialty -U.S. News & World Report
#1 for best 'international experience' among the world's top 100 business schools -Financial Times
#3 for 'fastest return' on an MBA student's education investment -Bloomberg Businessweek
U.S.News & World Report
The International MBA program has been ranked No. 3 in the international business specialty by U.S.News & World Report in its reputational survey of "America's Best Graduate Schools 2014", released March 12, 2013. The University of South Carolina is the top-ranked public university in the international business specialty, ahead of the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (Ross), Harvard Business School, Columbia University and Duke University (Fuqua), among other prestigious business schools. USC has ranked in the top three for 24 consecutive years. More
The Moore School’s part-time Professional MBA program is soaring in its U.S.News & World Report ranking, moving from 36 in 2012 to 25 in 2013 to 19 in the 2014 rankings, breaking the top 20 for the first time. More
U.S.News & World Report ranked the Moore School's undergraduate international business education No. 1 in its September 2012 annual survey "America’s Best Colleges Guide" — the 16th year the school has received this distinction. The school's undergraduate international business program leads New York University, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Southern California, George Washington University, the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and the University of Texas-Austin. More
The Darla Moore School of Business ranks as the No. 1 school in the world for "international experience" in the 2013 Global MBA Rankings by the Financial Times.
The Aspen Institute
The Darla Moore School of Business has been ranked in the top 30 MBA programs worldwide by The Aspen Institute’s 2011-2012 Beyond Grey Pinstripes alternative ranking of business schools. The biennial survey examined data from 149 schools worldwide to determine how well each are preparing future business leaders for the environmental, social and ethical complexities of modern-day business. The Moore School ranked 30th on a list of the top 100 business schools (23rd among U.S. schools), placing Moore ahead of such prestigious schools as the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, INSEAD, Darden at the University of Virginia, Copenhagen Business School and the Thunderbird School of Global Management. More
The Princeton Review
According to The Princeton Review's Best 296 Business Schools: 2010 Edition, both operations management and the global management education at the Darla Moore School of Business are among the top 15 U.S. graduate business schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. More
The Wall Street Journal
The Darla Moore School of Business is ranked 49th among the top B-schools in The Wall Street Journal's "Regional Ranking" as part of its "Best Business Schools" issue of Sept. 17, 2007. This ranking is based on a survey of corporate recruiters. More
A ranking published by The Wall Street Journal Europe listed USC's International MBA among the top 15 MBA programs offered in Europe.
Forbes magazine has ranked Moore 67th in its 2009 survey of best business schools. The biennial ranking is based on a survey of MBA (class of 2004) graduates around the world, comparing pre-MBA salaries, costs of attending (including tuition and foregone salary), and salaries during the five-year period after graduation. Moore School graduates realized a pay-off for their investment after 4.5 years, on average. More
Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Moore School 86 out of 101 schools in its 2009 Best Undergraduate Business School Ranking. The school moved up nine places from 2008, when it ranked 95 out of 96 schools. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the single most important factor influencing this year’s results was the economy and devastated job market. This is Bloomberg Businessweek’s fourth annual ranking of undergraduate business programs, which is based on nine measures of student satisfaction, post-graduation employment, and academic quality. More
Also in 2009, the school ranked third among schools for "fastest return" on MBA students' education investment, ahead of Notre Dame and Emory. In the 2012 overall ranking of U.S. MBA programs, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Moore School 62nd.
The Moore School's international MBA rated in the top 20 in the 2012-13 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report. QS describes itself as "the world's leading independent network for higher education and related careers." The study is based on recruiters' reporting and is a research product of TopMBA.com, which surveys MBA programs worldwide.
Journal of International Business Studies
The University of South Carolina's international business faculty is rated #1 in the U.S. and #2 worldwide in research productivity in the Journal of International Business Studies in terms of the total number of research articles published between 2006 and 2011.
BYU Accounting Research
The University of South Carolina's accounting faculty has been rated #1 in research productivity in experimental accounting in a study conducted by Brigham Young University. Across all research method areas of accounting, the Moore School’s accounting faculty rank 21.
In a study of American business schools by professors from the University of Georgia, University of Illinois, and Southern Methodist University, the Darla Moore School of Business ranked 30th nationally in terms of research productivity. USC ranked second in insurance, international business, and real estate; third in production and operations management; 12th in management information systems; 21st in marketing; and 26th in management.