Thinking about going to grad school to get your MBA? Then you need to check out Bloomberg Businessweek's "Best Business Schools 2014."

For the 14th time, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the country's full-time MBA programs. And for the first time ever, Harvard has been knocked out of the top five. The Harvard Business School comes in at No. 8, behind Yale University and Northwestern University.

At the top spot is Duke University, followed by University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, Stanford University and Columbia University.

UCLA Anderson School of Management rose from its 2012 ranking at No. 16 to  No. 11. USC also jumped in the ranks, from No. 28 two years ago to No. 21 in 2014.

To see the full list, click here.