TCNJ’s business program is ranked #36 among undergraduate business programs in the nation, according to rankings released earlier this week by Poets&Quants.
“This is the most thorough study of undergraduate business education ever undertaken, an amazing resource for prospective students and parents trying to make smart decisions about where to get the business basics for a successful careers,” says John A. Byrne, editor-in-chief of Poets&Quants.
Along with the full rankings, the publication provides in-depth feature profiles on all 50 schools that include information such as the percentage of students receiving scholarships, percentage of students graduating with debt, and where specific schools excel and perform worse compared to other schools.
This is Poets&Quants first ranking of undergraduate business programs. Schools were assessed based on admissions standards, alumni perspective of their educational experience, and employment data.
“Poets&Quants dedicated significant resources toward creating a comprehensive process for ranking undergraduate business education,” says William W. Keep, dean of TCNJ’s School of Business. “Our ranking of #36 places us among other notable, strong business schools, a testament to the rigor and hard work of our faculty and students, and the thoughtful support of staff.”
Poets&Quants is the leading online publication for undergraduate and graduate business education news.
—Emily W. Dodd ’03