For the seventh year in a row, Princeton Review rates the Stillman School of Business a "Best Business School."
Only those schools accredited by the AACSB International are even
considered. Ratings are based on review of institutional data and an
80-question student survey that focuses on academic experience,
admissions selectivity, career preparation as well as quality and
accessibility of professors.
"We chose the schools profiled based on our high regard for their
academic programs," said Robert Franek, Princeton Review Senior
Princeton Review editors also highlight comfortable class sizes, a
streamlined course plan and specially designated career counselors as
factors enhancing the Stillman School M.B.A. experience.
"We have succeeded in developing a close-knit community, where
students, faculty and alumni are true partners in the educational
experience," noted Joyce Strawser, dean of the Stillman School. We also
strive to create an environment where M.B.A. students engage in hands-on
learning so that they can immediately apply the concepts they learn in
the classroom to their professional workplace."
From the Students:
"Seton Hall University is one of the most prestigious universities in the area."
"You get a great mix of industry experience among students and this creates a stimulating learning environment."
"The facilities are modern and the use of technology aids with the learning…"
"Subject material is made very relevant to modern business."
"Seton Hall attracts excellent adjunct professors who are demonstrated leaders in the field."
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