The Stillman School of Business ranked 56 in BusinessWeek's fifth annual survey of the nation's best undergraduate business programs. While the School was not ranked in last year's list, it ranked 57 the year before - inching up a notch in this year's ranking.
- The Stillman School is the state's highest-ranking school on the list.
- Compared to Catholic business programs ranked, the Stillman School is number 10.
- Among those participating, the School is number 8 in the Recruiter Survey Rank.
- The Stillman School is number 31 in the Academic Quality Rank.
A Word from the Dean
"We are honored that our high quality has been affirmed by many outside organizations, including our recent ranking in BusinessWeek," noted Karen Boroff, dean of the Stillman School of Business. "If you strive to give your students the very best education possible, and your students strive to be the best they can be, then, naturally, a school's quality will be recognized."
Eligibility and Methodology
To be eligible, schools must have an accredited undergraduate business degree program that meets BusinessWeek's criteria for program size, age, test scores, grade point averages for business majors, and number of full-time tenured faculty.
BusinessWeek relies on five sources for the undergraduate ranking: a student survey, a recruiter survey, median starting salaries for graduates, the number of graduates admitted to 35 top MBA programs, and an academic quality measure that consists of several factors.
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