Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has been included in the Princeton Review’s 2012 issue of “Best 294 Business Schools” this month. It will be the sixth consecutive year the local college has been included on the list.
The list, which is not hierarchical and does not rank an overall best school, is assembled using data compiled from surveys of students enrolled at universities that offer MBA programs accredited by the American Association of Colleges and Schools of Business. Statistical information about each institution’s students, physical environment, admissions requirements, teaching ratio and programs is examined.
Universities and colleges are acknowledged for best professors, classroom experience, career prospects, campus environment and facilities, and opportunities for women and minorities.
“The rating is indicative of the continuing excellence at Mihaylo College. We are getting increasing evidence of employer satisfaction with the preparation of our graduates and high-level success of our alumni,” said Anil Puri, dean of Mihaylo College. “Additionally, the positive experience of our students with faculty involvement and world-class facilities is heartening to us.”
This year, the Mihaylo College of Business Economics is hosting classes for approximately 800 students enrolled in MBA study and other graduate programs, including master’s degree programs in economics, accounting, taxation and information systems.
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