Colorado State University’s College of Business is among the “Best Administered” business schools in the nation according to the Princeton Review, a New-York-based educational services company. CSU’s College of Business ranks fourth in the nation in the recently released “Best 296 Business Schools” book for 2013.
The “Best Administered” category is based on student answers to survey questions concerning how smoothly the school is run, and the ease with which students can get into required and popular courses.
“The CSU College of Business has a superb administrative staff to thank for fostering a program of fluidity for its students,” said John Weiss, director of MBA programs at the College of Business. “The praise of the program confirms that the human resources the college has devoted to supporting its programs is important.”
CSU’s College Business also is listed among the "Best Business Schools" in the West.
“We have a dedicated and talented group of people that believe in our programs and do all they can to make the student experiences as valuable and positive as they can be,” said Weiss. “I think this is a reflection of the pride we all have in our programs and what we do.”
The Princeton Review tallied its lists based on its surveys of 19,000 students attending the 296 business schools. The 80-question survey asked students to rate multiple attributes of their schools including their professors and fellow classmates. Some rankings factored in school-reported data.
Other recent recognitions CSU’s College of Business has received include:
• The College of Business has been recognized for its outstanding leadership in integrating social, environmental and ethical issues into its Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program. The Aspen Institute’s 2011-2012 edition of “Beyond Grey Pinstripes,” an independent, biennial survey and global ranking of business schools, ranked the GSSE program at CSU No. 27 on its list of the Top 100 MBA Programs in the world.
• In January 2012, CSU’s College of Business announced that it had maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Only 643 schools of business, or less than 5 percent worldwide, have earned this distinguished hallmark of excellence in management education.
• The College of Business offers one of the best MBA programs in the nation, according to the Princeton Review’s "The Best 294 Business Schools: 2012 Edition." Colorado State’s MBA program also ranked No. 4 in the Princeton Review’s Top 10 “Most Family Friendly.”
To find out more about CSU’s College of Business, visit biz.colostate.edu.