The Best 300 Business Schools

The Princeton Review has released its 2011 edition of “The Best 300 Business Schools”. Below are some of the outstanding business schools included in the list:

University of Central Arkansas - UCA's College of Business is an outstanding business school, according to The Princeton Review (2011). The book has 11 ranking lists of the top 10 business schools in various categories. The College is one of 66 schools in the book (22% of the 300) that appear on one or more of the book's ranking lists. It is ranked 63rd overall in academic experience category, 64th in interesting professors, and 61st in accessible professors.

Duquesne University - For the fifth time, Duquesne has been named as one of the top 300 business schools by The Princeton Review. The Donahue School offers an 11-month, full-time program in sustainability, as well as part-time and traditional MBA degrees. In the two-page profile of Duquesne, the book reports, “With the introduction of a new sustainability-focused MBA program, a growing reputation, and an unwavering emphasis on ethical approaches to business principles, students at the Donahue Graduate School of Business say, ‘it is a truly exciting time at Duquesne University".

Western Carolina University - The University’s College of Business is among the nation’s best schools at which to earn a master’s degree in business administration. It was featured in the 2011 edition of “The Best 300 Business Schools”, which is based on surveys of 19,000 students in business programs around the world. In addition to praising the MBA program, students surveyed also said WCU’s College of Business provides solid preparation in finance and general management.

University of California, Riverside - The UC Riverside School of Business Administration is among the top 300 business schools in the nation and one of the best in the west. Those students praised the UC Riverside School of Business Administration for challenging classes, very accessible professors, encouraging participative learning and offering a wide diversity of electives. The Princeton Review also listed the School of Business Administration as one of 55 colleges and universities in the “Best of the West” category, which includes schools from 11 states.

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