When looking for a future MBA program, prospective students often look to the MBA rankings when deciding where to apply. There is a good reason for this. MBA graduates from top B-schools tend to make more money than their compatriots who graduate from lesser known schools. We have compiled a list of the top 50 MBA programs and their rankings according to various sources. When looking for a potential MBA program, however, it is important to look for a program whose strengths align with your professional goals. Just because a program has been ranked #1 during a given year doesn’t mean this program is for you. From EMBAs to Online or Part-time MBAs, various programs rank differently based on the strengths and weaknesses of their offered programs.