Graduates of the University of Utah’s executive master of business administration program are getting an average salary increase of 41 percent within three years of completing their degree.

That’s according to new rankings released Monday by the Financial Times in London, which put the program at the university’s David Eccles School of Business among the top 100 executive MBA programs worldwide and the top 25 in the country.

It’s a ranking based mostly on the career progress of students after graduation. Read the full story in the Deseret News.