Cal Poly Pomona’s graduate business programs have been nationally honored again by the Princeton Review, earning a spot in the company’s “Best 296 Business Schools: 2015 Edition.”
Graduate students surveyed by the Princeton Review laud Cal Poly Pomona for its “hands-on MBA” and faculty who teach current business practices along with “classical management principles.” Students also report receiving a solid foundation in teamwork, presentation skills and management principles in the master of businesses administration, master of science in accountancy and master of science in business administration programs.
The College of Business Administration has been consistently honored for its graduate programs by the Princeton Review and its undergraduate programs by U.S. News & World Report. The college also has been accredited by AACSB-International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business — for 20 years.
Dean Richard Lapidus is proud of every accomplishment and accolade and believes the graduate programs will only improve.
“We’re not an institution that rests on our laurels,” Lapidus says. “We’ve made considerable enhancements to the business programs to ensure students are receiving a contemporary and relevant education and can use their knowledge to advance their careers.”
The Princeton Review evaluates schools based on institutional data and student feedback through online surveys that includes questions about academics, career placement services and campus life. The book does not rank business programs and does not select an overall best school.