Cal Poly Pomona business students surveyed by The Princeton Review gave CBA high marks for its learn-by-doing approach to education as well as faculty members who offer an interactive and engaging learning environment. Students say their classmates have significant career experience and set high standards for themselves and others. The end result is a classroom culture that encourages creativity and innovation.
Dean Richard Lapidus says the best is yet to come for students.
“Our new three-building complex has state-of-the-art physical spaces that will inspire our students and maximize their educational experience,” Lapidus says. “Our complex, along with our excellent academic programs, will further excel and more capably supply California with business leaders it needs for growth and prosperity.”
The Princeton Review does not rank business programs in its guidebook nor does it name an overall best school. In addition to student surveys, the publication relies on institutional data.
CBA offers two graduate degree programs for working professionals — a master of business administration and a master of science in business administration with an option in information systems auditing. The college is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.