The Princeton Review has named the Stillman School of Business as one of the best on-campus MBA programs in the country for the 15th consecutive year. A leading education services company, The Princeton Review chose Stillman for its list of "Best Business Schools for 2022."
"We are so proud to be recognized as one of the best MBA programs in the world, through our inclusion in the Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools," said Joyce Strawser, Ph.D., dean of the Stillman School. "I am so grateful to our Stillman team for working tirelessly to increase the relevancy and impact of our program. Our students continue to benefit from a strong focus on applied learning, an emphasis on ethical considerations and regular interactions with alumni. These attributes help us develop students as principled business leaders who are prepared to make a real difference in their communities and beyond."
"We recommend the Stillman School of Business as an excellent choice for an aspiring MBA," said Rob Franek, The Princeton Review's Editor-in-Chief.
The Princeton Review compiled this year's list of 241 schools based on survey responses from more than 18,900 students enrolled at the schools between 2018 and the 2021 academic years, and from the schools' administrators during the 2020-21 academic year. Students responded to more than 80 questions about their school's academics, student body and campus life, as well as their own career plans. The administrator survey contained more than 300 questions about the MBA programs.
The Stillman School's MBA program, which has a focus on "transforming concepts into business practice," is tailored to working professionals and offers eight specializations. Three of the specializations -- Business Analytics, IT Management and Supply Chain Management -– are STEM-Designated programs.
The Princeton Review accolade is one of many earned by the School. In 2021, the Stillman School's undergraduate program ranked at 106 in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report ranking, up 10 places from 2020. In its graduate school rankings, U.S. News placed the Stillman part-time M.B.A. program at 73rd in the nation, rising 12 spots and placing the program in the Top 75 in the United States. In addition, Stillman is the only school in northern New Jersey with both business and accounting accreditation – making it one of only 188 institutions worldwide to hold an additional, specialized AACSB Accreditation.
Dean Joyce Strawser has also received her share of accolades. She was named to the NJBIZ list of Best 50 Women in Business 2021; she was the only dean and one of only two from higher education to make the list. Strawser was also named to the prestigious 2021 ROI Influencers: Higher Education list by ROI-NJ. The deans and directors on the list were recognized for being most impactful to the business community, and Strawser was specifically praised for the School’s fintech program and recently launched Center for Securities Trading and Business Analytics.
Learn more about the Stillman School and its MBA program at business.shu.edu.