The MBA program in the UCF College of Business Administration is among the nation’s top 10 “best administered” programs, according to a newly released publication by the Princeton Review. UCF is the only business school in the state of Florida to receive this ranking.
The Princeton Review’s 2010 edition of the “Best 301 Business Schools” features the top graduate business programs in the nation. While the publication lists 301 business schools, it does not individually rank the schools in a hierarchical order. Instead, the book has 11 lists of the top 10 business schools in various categories. The results were compiled using data provided by business schools as well as a survey of 19,000 students.
The top 10 best administered schools rankings were based on student assessment of how smoothly the school runs and the ease with which students can get into required and popular courses. The top administered schools include:
- Harvard University – Harvard Business School
- Vanderbilt University – Owen Graduate School of Management
- University of Michigan – Ann Arbor Steven M. Ross School of Business
- Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management
- Elon University – Martha and Spencer Lover School of Business
- University of California Berkeley – Haas School of Business
- New York University – Leonard N. Stern School of Business
- Dartmouth College – Tuck School of Business
- Miami University Ohio – Farmer School of Business
- University of Central Florida College of Business Administration
“Our inclusion in this ranking is a testament to the hard work of our administrators, faculty, staff and students. We are proud to be listed among such a prestigious group of business schools,” said Thomas L. Keon, dean of the UCF College of Business Administration.
Established in 1968, the University of Central Florida, College of Business Administration offers degrees at the bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and executive levels. All programs, as well as the Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting, are accredited by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Students interested in earning an MBA can choose between the full-time cohort program, a part-time lockstep program, the Professional MBA which is offered at our area campuses, and the Executive MBA which is offered at our Downtown Center on Pine Street. For more information on our MBA programs, please call (407) 823-4723 or visit www.ucfmba.ucf.edu