UT’s College of Business Administration is one of the nation’s exceptional business schools for its full-time Master of Business Administration program, according to the 2014 rankings compiled by the Princeton Review.
The college was listed in the company’s Best 295 Business Schools list, which was published this week.
This is the sixth year in a row that the college has received the recognition.
The Princeton Review praised the college for its excellent education and faculty, rigorous curriculum, and value.
“The professors all have lengthy experience working in industry prior to teaching so the lessons are very well grounded in what actually takes place outside of academia,” according to the publication. “Even more important, these educators continue to remain active in their previous fields, so they continue to infuse current lessons learned from industry into their classes.
“This means they teach you skills that you can use in the real world.”
The college packs a full MBA program, including a required internship, into three intense semesters. But the challenge is one students welcome, thanks to educators who are passionate about teaching their subject matter, the publication stated.
The Princeton Review compiled its lists based on its surveys of 20,300 students attending the 295 business schools. The eighty-question survey asked students to rate their schools on several topics and report about their experiences.
For more information about the UT College of Business Administration, visit the website.
The Princeton Review is an educational services and evaluation company known for its test-prep courses, university admission services, and its annual college, business, and law school rankings. To view the complete rankings, visit the Princeton Review website.
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