Business Week named the UConn Business Law program among the top ten undergraduate programs in the U.S. This ranking is based on survey responses from graduating seniors regarding their learning experiences in Business Law classes. Members of the Business Law faculty have repeatedly earned national recognition from their peers for their teaching methods and classroom mastery. Continue Reading
Bloomberg Businessweek has named the UConn Business Law program as one of the top ten programs in the U.S.
This ranking is based on survey responses from graduating seniors regarding their learning experiences in Business Law classes. Members of the Business Law faculty have repeatedly earned national recognition from their peers for their teaching methods and classroom mastery.Continue Reading
UConn’s Operations & Information Management Department was recently ranked among the best business schools internationally—and #1 in the Northeast—for information systems research productivity over the last five years.
“These rankings are a clear indicator that we have one of the top research faculty groups in the country and around the world,” said Ram Gopal, professor and department head of OPIM. “Some of the most cutting-edge research in areas such as intellectual property rights, healthcare IT, auction markets, and advanced analytics is going on right here at UConn.”Continue Reading
Selection focuses on culture and curriculum that caters to vets.
This week, the Military Times newspaper named the UConn School of Business and its MBA Program to its “Best for Vets: Business Schools 2014” list, in recognition of the School’s commitment to providing opportunities to America’s veterans.
It is the latest acknowledgement of the strength of services for veterans offered through UConn’s School of Business, which has a record of success engaging those who have served in the armed forces.Continue Reading
“The University of Connecticut has earned the No. 25 spot on Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s annual list of the 100 best values in public colleges.
The ranking for the 2013-14 academic year is five spots up from the previous year’s designation. It is based on both quality measures, such as test scores for incoming freshmen, as well as college costs including tuition, room and board.Continue Reading
Evaluated on presence and activity levels on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and others, the University of Connecticut School of Business was ranked among the “Top 100 Most Social Media Friendly MBA Schools for 2013” by OnlineMBAPage.com. The ranking site is ‘a social education community formed in 2012 in response to the growing demand of MBAs in the United States, China and the emerging markets,’ according to their website. The rankings are based on a comparison of data from over 400 business campus-based schools and their use of various social media platforms.Continue Reading
The University of Connecticut has been ranked #1 worldwide for campus sustainability and environment friendly university management, according to the results of the third annual Universitas Indonesia (UI) Greenmetric Ranking of World Universities. Started in 2010, the international ranking was initiated to give “credit to those [universities] that were making efforts to reduce their carbon footprint and thus help combat global climate change.”Continue Reading
The University of Connecticut School of Business was recently ranked among the Top 40 programs in North America and Top 200 worldwide for three graduate programs. The rankings were awarded by Eduniversal’s Top 200 “Best Masters and MBA Worldwide” 2012-2013, which provides a global overview of the best post-graduate programs in 30 specializations in 153 countries.Continue Reading
The University of Connecticut School of Business online Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) program has been ranked #8 among the 2013 Best Online Graduate Business Programs in the latest U.S. News & World Report Best Online Education Program Rankings, 2013 Edition.
According to U.S. News, these are the best online master’s in business degree programs, based on factors such as level of accreditation, reputation for excellence among peer institutions, and academic and career support services offered to students.Continue Reading