COB recognized as a Best Business School by The Princeton Review
This marks the ninth consecutive year the publication has included the college in its rankings.
University of Michigan-Dearborn’s College of Business has been named an outstanding business school for the ninth consecutive year. The college is profiled in The Princeton Review’s annual business school rankings.
“We have recently launched several new programs in high-demand areas such as Information Security, Small Business Management and Business Analytics,” said Raju Balakrishnan, dean of the college. “Plus, we have done so while keeping costs affordable and increasing student scholarships. These efforts have allowed us to continue providing excellent educational opportunities to our students, as this ranking attests.”
The Princeton Review chose the 267 schools profiled based on editors’ high regard for their academics and their assessment of institutional data collected from the schools. Editors also received feedback from 23,000 students who responded to a survey about their college’s academics, student body, campus life and career plans.
Princeton Review editors once again noted “the unbeatable triumvirate of ‘value, location and name brand’ [the] College of Business offers.”