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Citadel News Service
12 Oct 2009

MBA program rated tops among its peers by The Princeton Review

MBA students give The Citadel School of Business Administration high marks, according to the 2010 ratings recently released by The Princeton Review.


The New York-based education services company put The Citadel School of Business Administration’s MBA program in its list of the top 301 business schools in the country.

“We are extremely pleased by our recognition as a top business school. Our faculty work extremely hard to create an outstanding learning environment for our students,” said Ron Green, dean of the School of Business Administration. “By soliciting the feedback of our students, The Princeton Review validates the positive experiences that result from these efforts.”

The Princeton Review does not assign a number to the schools that its ranks. The college’s selection is based on survey results collected from students at the best AACSB-accredited MBA programs in the world and statistical information gathered from numerous sources. There are 553 business schools or business programs with AACSB accreditation nationwide.

The Citadel School of Business Administration with around 300 students enrolled in its MBA program aims to produce leaders of exceptional integrity dedicated to developing others and creating high-performance organizations that prosper in challenging environments. Leadership focused, the School of Business Administration delivers a Leadership Forum, provides a unique Mentors Association to guide students, offers global experiences through travel abroad, and has dual-degree programs with medical, pharmacy and health care administration students.

"The Best 301 Business Schools” profiles schools’ academics, student life and admissions, plus ratings for their academics, selectivity and career placement services.

“Academically, the school blends tried-and-true academic theory with practical know-how, maintaining ‘a good mix of some older, tenured professors, but also some new professors coming into mix things up,’ ” The Princeton Review states. “Whether young or old, ‘the professors are all experienced professionals that are capable of lending a wide range of practical knowledge to the lessons they teach.’ “

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