Business school ranked in top 100 by Bloomberg Businessweek

Lender School of Business Center in spring
April 9, 2014 - Quinnipiac's School of Business was once again included in Bloomberg Businessweek's annual ranking of the "Best Undergraduate Business Schools." Quinnipiac was listed among the top 100 schools, ranking number 66 this year.

Bloomberg Businessweek ranks schools on factors that are important to students, parents, and employers: student and employer assessments; academic quality of the student body; placement rates and median salaries for the school's most recent graduating class; and how frequently graduates enter top MBA programs.

"In the highly competitive world of business education, a Bloomberg Businessweek top 100 ranking is a real sign of success and a tribute the faculty and our programs," said Matthew O'Connor, dean of the School of Business. "It demonstrates a strong commitment to student success on many different dimensions."

The School of Business provides students a highly enriching, supportive, and real-world educational environment. With outstanding faculty, small classes, comprehensive career development, domestic and international internships, alumni mentoring, and a focus on application, students graduate with the knowledge, skills, and experiences to thrive in the global economy.  

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