Shippensburg University’s Master of Business Administration program is one of 248 on-campus programs noted on The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools for 2020 list.
“What makes our ‘Best Business Schools’ designations unique is that we take into account the opinions of students attending the schools about their campus and classroom experiences. For our 2020 list we surveyed more than 20,700 students at 248 business schools,” Rob Franek, The Princeton Review’s Editor in Chief, stated in a press release.
Administrators at these schools were also surveyed. Ratings are gathered based on data collected and scored on a scale from 60 to 99, however, The Princeton Review does not rank the institutions from 1 to 248.
“This distinction is a testament to the hard work of our tremendous faculty who are experts in their field and dedicated to building a bright future for our students,” said Dr. John Kooti, Dean of the John L. Grove College of Business.
The Master of Business Administration program from Shippensburg University offers concentrations in finance, health care management, management information systems, supply chain management and business analytics.
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