According to The Princeton Review, the premier college-ranking organization, Bellarmine University’s graduate business program is one of the nation’s Best 300 Business Schools. This is the third consecutive year in which the W. Fielding Rubel School of Business was included among rankings of schools offering master’s degrees in business administration.
“I am very pleased with the Rubel School being recognized as a Best 300 Business School by The Princeton Review,” says Dr. Dan Bauer, dean of the Rubel School of Business. “This recognition validates the high quality of the Bellarmine University MBA experience, our students and faculty.”
The 2011 listing is in no particular order.
As The Princeton Review editors report, “As the only AACSB-accredited private school in Kentucky, Bellarmine students have a leg up in the local job market.” AACSB is the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the premier accrediting agency of collegiate business schools and accounting programs worldwide. Robert Franek, The Princeton Review’s senior vice president for publishing, add: “We are pleased to recommend Bellarmine’s Rubel School of Business as one of the best institutions they could attend to earn an MBA.” Evaluation was made based on reputation, academic programs and offerings, institutional data and candid survey results from students.
The W. Fielding Rubel School of Business offers undergraduate and graduate students a unique educational experience: a broad-based liberal arts education supplemented by top-notch business preparation. This difference is viewed quite favorably by employers, who praise Bellarmine graduates for their writing and critical thinking skills. The master’s program includes MBA tracks for executive, weeknight and weekend students, as well as a program that combines an MBA with a master’s in nursing.
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