Collins College of Business in Top 50
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
The Collins College of Business today announced that Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked it a Top 50 Business College in America for the second consecutive year. The TU program was ranked among the top six business schools in the southwest and was the only Oklahoma school ranked in the top 50 by the magazine's "Best Undergraduate Business Schools in 2012" survey.
The magazine gave A's to the Collins College of Business in teaching quality, facilities and service. The survey selected only 142 schools to review and based rankings on nine measures including student satisfaction, postgraduate outcomes and academic quality. The magazine ranked the Collins College of Business undergraduate business program number 47 among all U.S. business schools.
"The faculty and staff in the Collins College of Business are honored that our undergraduate program has once again been ranked a Top 50 Business College in America by this prestigious survey," said Gale Sullenberger, dean of the Collins College of Business. "Due to our demonstrated excellence in the areas of teaching, advising, innovative curriculum and career preparation services, we are widely recognized for developing students who will make an immediate impact in the business world upon graduation."
Survey respondents were graduating seniors and corporate recruiters. They were asked to grade the schools on who turned out the best graduates, had the best innovative curricula and effective career services.
View the complete survey and criteria
The Collins College of Business provides flexible academic programs that meet the needs of its students, while providing graduates who meet the needs of the business community. To provide its students with an environment that encourages personal success, the college strives to maintain low student-to-faculty ratios in its classes and of course, classes taught by full-time college faculty. The Collins College of Business is accredited at both the undergraduate and graduate levels by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the highest standard of achievement for business schools. Less than one-third of U.S. business schools and less than 5 percent of business schools worldwide meet the standards of AACSB International.