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EMU College of Business included in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 300 Business Schools” for 2011

by Ward Mullens, Published October 13, 2010

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YPSILANTI - Eastern Michigan University's College of Business has been included among "The Best 300 Business Schools" for 2011, according to the Princeton Review.

"This recognition, for the seventh straight year, validates that our faculty are truly providing a top-quality education for our students," said David Mielke, dean of EMU's College of Business.  "It is not just stating that we are innovative, applied and global, but actually delivering an education that integrates these important business concepts in the curriculum for our graduates.  It also is important to note that our Ethos program, with an emphasis on business ethics, is the foundation for all we do."

The Princeton Review compiled the lists based on its surveys of 19,000 students attending the 300 business schools in the book, as well as on school-reported data. The entire list is at www.PrincetonReview.com .

According to The Princeton Review website, inclusion in the publication is based on criteria for academic excellence and surveys conducted of students.
The publication attempted to collect student opinions and statistical data from all American graduate business schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), as well as from accredited international business schools.

Comments about Eastern Michigan's College of Business included:

  • Offering an affordable, flexible and "very student-oriented" MBA program, Eastern Michigan University is a public school with a contemporary touch.

 

  • Within the two-year MBA, Eastern Michigan excels at "staying current with business trends and developing a program aimed directly at reaching higher placement in the workforce."

 

  • The "innovative curriculum" integrates fundamental business areas with contemporary business topics such as global knowledge, innovation, analytical skills, ethics and critical thinking.

 

  • "Course content is extremely current" with a pointed focus on "preparing students ... through exposure to business and industry."


The EMU College of Business has approximately 2,600 undergraduate students pursuing one of 12 majors and 900 graduate students pursuing either an MBA, Masters of Information Systems, Masters of Integrated Marketing Communications, Masters of Human Resources and Organizational Development or Masters of Accounting.  Almost 6 percent of the undergraduate students and 35 percent of the graduate students are international students.

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