CSUF Among Princeton Review's Best Business Schools
Student Surveys, Institutional Data Propel Listing
Oct. 12, 2010 :: No. 28
Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics is included in the 2011 edition of Princeton Review’s “Best 300 Business Schools.”
The publication, released today, is based on surveys of students enrolled at universities that offer M.B.A. programs accredited by the American Association of Colleges and Schools of Business, as well as on statistical information about each institution’s students, physical environment, admissions requirements, teaching ratio and programs.
Universities and colleges are listed under such categories as best professors, classroom experience, career prospects, campus environment and facilities, and opportunities for women and minorities.
“Our impact stems from our immense presence in the region and strong links to the economic progress of the area,” said Anil K. Puri, dean of the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics. “Our college prepares an unmatched number of graduates for success in the workplace, and our faculty, staff and students work with business leaders to advance the fortunes of business in Orange County and Southern California.”
“In today’s tough economic times, the value of an AACSB accredited degree from Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has never been more evident,” said Terry Grant, associate dean of academic programs and faculty development for the college. “Employers and students alike recognize that our graduates are well-prepared to immediately make positive impacts.”
Serving the needs of Southern California, the college educates more than 2,000 who graduate each year with degree specializations in accounting, economics, finance, information systems and decision sciences, management and marketing. Currently more than 850 students are enrolled in its graduate programs, which include master’s in economics, accountancy, taxation and information systems, as well as two M.B.A. options and an online master of science in information technology degree program.
Pamela McLaren, Public Affairs, 657-278-4852 or firstname.lastname@example.org