Princeton Review Honors Business Grad Programs
The Princeton Review has again taken notice of the College of Business Administration. The education services company has recognized CBA's graduate programs as one of the nation's best in its 2012 edition of ¿The Best 294 Business Schools.¿
¿CBA has a long tradition of delivering innovative ¿signature experiences¿ that transform our graduates into the global business leaders of tomorrow,¿ says Dean Richard Lapidus. ¿We are pleased that the Princeton Review has once again acknowledged our efforts and the quality of our graduates and has included us among some of the finest schools in the country.¿
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. Students are especially proud of the team-based approach to learning and the master of science in business administration degree that trains people for careers in information assurance and computer forensics. They also describe the learning environment as one that is filled with ¿exceptional instructors¿ and classmates who are ¿smart working professionals.¿
This isn¿t the first time the college has been noted for its excellence. Earlier this year, it was notified that it had maintained accreditation with AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, an achievement earned by only 5 percent of schools worldwide. Also, U.S. News and World Report recognized the college's undergraduate business program in its ¿Best Business Programs¿ section.
(Top photo: College of Business Administration Professor Greg Carlton points to a slide during his management information systems class on Jan. 10, 2008.)