College of Management Named a Best Business School by The Princeton Review
For the ninth consecutive year, the College of Management at the University of Massachusetts Boston is one of the nation’s most outstanding business schools, according to The Princeton Review's 2016 edition of The Best 295 Business Schools. In addition, the College of Management is ranked No. 8 on the Greatest Opportunity for Minority Students list.
The Princeton Review tallied its lists based on its surveys of 22,000 students attending the 295 business schools. The 80-question survey asked students to rate their schools on several topics including admission, academics, financial aid, campus life, and employment information.
The Princeton Review editors write that UMass Boston's College of Management's business program “combines strategically focused management curriculum with optional specializations, offering one of the best educational values in the Boston area.”
UMass Boston students report that “classes are tailored to meet the needs of working students” and they are “small and personal.” Students describe most students at UMass Boston as working professionals with “diverse working backgrounds” who are “committed to bettering themselves.”
“We are honored by this recognition by The Princeton Review. The College of Management is committed to the quality and continuous improvement of its academic programs, scholarship, and service. We continue to serve our students with our dynamic approach to teaching and learning, and we are committed to preparing our students to become business leaders in their communities and throughout the world,” said College of Management Dean Jorge Haddock.
Learn more about UMass Boston's graduate business programs.