It’s a good time to be a business student
For the second year in a row, the College of Business Administration placed among the top 50 in BusinessWeek’s “Best Undergrad B-Schools” issue. The magazine cited the college’s “focus on ethical and moral reasoning” as well as its popular alumni mentoring program.
The Graduate School of Management also received high marks in the 2008 U.S. News & World Report rankings. Marquette’s part-time M.B.A. program was ranked 17th in the nation.
“The continued national recognition for our business program is a tribute to the efforts of our faculty, staff and students,” says Dr. David Shrock, dean of the college and the Graduate School of Management. “Marquette strives to help students excel as individuals with a strong ethical foundation and develop the skills necessary to be business leaders who will make a difference in our global economy.”
And you don’t need a business major to tell you that a Marquette degree makes good fiscal sense. The April 2007 edition of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine lists Marquette 38th among private universities that offer “the best values.” The ratings reflect both quality and cost.