Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Stillman School of Business # 8 for "Return on Investment" among private universities.
To determine the ranking, Businessweek compared the annual tuition costs at each of the programs that participated in its 2009 ranking of undergraduate business programs to the median starting salaries for graduates. This led to the "salary per tuition dollar" calculation or the "return on investment."
The Stillman School is ranked above several well-known schools including the Wharton School of Business and the business schools at Fordham, Georgetown and New York University.
"This return on investment ranking, along with our strong recruiter survey ranking in 'The Best Undergraduate B-Schools,' tells a very positive story for the Stillman School and speaks to our efforts to prepare students for a career," noted Dean Karen Boroff.
About the Stillman School of Business
The Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University is the first private business school in New Jersey to be accredited by AACSB International — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The School maintains its accreditation and recently received initial accreditation for the Department of Accounting. Less than one percent of the world’s business schools have achieved both business and accounting accreditation.
Transforming concepts into practice, the Stillman School is home to several Centers for Academic Excellence including the Center for Securities Trading and Analysis, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, the Center for Sport Management and the newly created Marketing Focus Group Center.
The School is committed to its mission of enriching the life of each student through a nationally recognized educational experience that is inspired by innovative teaching, supported by applied research, and guided by a values-centric curriculum.
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