U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business as the nation’s fourth best school for e-commerce studies. The magazine ranked only Carnegie Mellon, MIT and the University of Texas at Austin ahead of the College Park, Md., school.
Overall, the Smith School’s undergraduate program ranked number 18 with top 20 rankings in six specialty categories, including top 10 rankings for management information systems and supply chain management/logistics.
The U.S. News & World Report undergraduate rankings follow a report Monday in The Wall Street Journal, which ranked the school number 16 in the world for its MBA program and number 5 in the world for information technology.
The Smith School offers cross-functional study options in its seven academic departments, which include accounting and information assurance; decision and information technologies; entrepreneurship; finance; logistics, business and public policy; management and organization; and marketing.