The College of Business Administration again received special recognition by The Princeton Review for its graduate programs.
The college’s two programs — the master of business administration and the master of science in business administration — were listed in the 2014 edition of “The Best 295 Business Schools.” The honor is reserved for schools who have been accredited by AASCB – International, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
CBA recently received another honor from U.S. News and World Report, which was included in the magazine’s roundup of the best business schools.
“We offer a challenging, globally-relevant program in an intimate classroom setting,” CBA Dean Richard Lapidus says. “Our students have gone on to do great things and I’m glad The Princeton Review and others have taken notice of our impressive track record.”
The Princeton Review does not rank schools and makes its decision based on institutional data and student surveys that address five categories ranging from selectivity to academic experiences. In the student surveys, MBA students lauded the college for offering a rigorous program that promotes interactive learning while fusing classical and modern management principles. Students praised the MSBA program for preparing graduates to succeed in the lucrative fields of information assurance and computer forensics.
CBA recently created a video series highlighting the value of the graduate business programs. The videos include interviews with students, faculty and alumni such as Kathy Tully who is one of the top female financial advisors in the country and Boulton Fernando who serves as the chief information security officer for Toyota Financial Services. Below is a video with student perspectives. The full video series can be viewed at www.youtube.com/cbacpp.