March 13, 2007
BusinessWeek Ranks Boston University Undergraduate Business Program Among Top 13 in U.S. For Academic Quality
BOSTON, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- In BusinessWeek's second annual ranking of undergraduate business programs, Boston University School of Management is listed among the top 13 in the nation based on Academic Quality. This is an increase of two places from last year's ranking of 15.
To determine Academic Quality, BusinessWeek considered five equally weighted measures: average SAT scores, ratio of full-time faculty to students, average class size, the percentage of business majors with internships, and the hours students spend every week on schoolwork.Overall, the School was ranked 37th in the nation, placing it among the top two percent of the 1614 business schools in the United States.
"While rankings such as this serve as a guide, they are not a particularly good way to judge the overall quality of a School," said Louis E. Lataif, Dean, Boston University School of Management. "To properly evaluate a school's program, interested students are best advised to visit the institution, meet with faculty and students, sit in on classes, and talk with the support staff. This due diligence provides a much better basis for assessing the 'fit' of a school for each student."
About Boston University School of Management
Founded as the College of Business Administration in 1913, Boston University School of Management develops builders and leaders for the networked-era, emphasizing the fusion of the art, science, and technology of business. The School's holistic approach prepares the next generation of business leaders for a world that values management as a system of interdependent functions, decisions, people, and technologies. It is the worldwide leader in offering a unique MS-MBA program, a rigorous dual degree and next-generation MBA fusing a traditional management education with expertise in the information technologies that are transforming all businesses. The School also offers a full range of graduate and undergraduate management degree programs and executive education.
The School of Management at Boston University is located at 595 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. For more information, visit http://management.bu.edu/.
Boston University School of Management
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Web site: http://management.bu.edu/