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Wednesday, October 29, 2008JOHNSON CITY—East Tennessee State University’s College of Business and Technology is listed among the nation’s most outstanding business schools in the Princeton Review 2009 edition of “Best 296 Business Schools.” Although the institutions are not ranked academically, ETSU was singled out for special national recognition by ranking fourth in the “Best Classroom Experience” category and fifth in “Most Family Friendly.”

ETSU’s ranking has moved up since last year, when the college was designated seventh in “Best Classroom Experience” and sixth for being “Most Family Friendly.”

Institutions named in the “Best Classroom Experience” category included Indiana University-Bloomington in the top position, followed by Acton School of Business in Austin, Texas; Millsaps College; ETSU; Indiana University-New Albany; Harvard University; Elon University; the University of Chicago; the University of Virginia; and Brigham Young University.

The “Most Family Friendly” distinctions placed Brigham Young University first, followed by Dartmouth College, Indiana University-Bloomington, Harvard University, ETSU, the University of Utah, the University of Virginia, Northwestern University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the University of Houston.

The Princeton Review is a New York City-based education services company. To create this volume, the organization interviewed 19,000 students through an online 80-question survey over a period of three years.

The publication’s Vice President Robert Franek states that the book uses “what students report to us about their schools to help applicants decide which of these academically outstanding schools is best for them.”

M.B.A. candidates at ETSU praised the faculty and administration, noting they are “very student-oriented.” Professors are deemed “very knowledgeable in their fields, and many of them are widely recognized as great scholars.”

One student noted: “We are like family at ETSU. We are all interested in each other’s success.”

Each of the institutions featured in “Best 296 Business Schools” has a two-page profile outlining academics, student life, admission information, and career/placement programs. Also included are ratings of the institution’s academics, admissions selectivity, and career programs. 

Undergraduate business degrees are conferred by the ETSU College of Business and Technology in the areas of accountancy, economics, finance, and management and marketing. The graduate business program offerings include accounting and business administration. In addition, a certificate in entrepreneurial leadership can be earned, as well as an interdisciplinary certificate in health care management.

For online information about the ETSU College of Business and Technology, visit www.etsu.edu/cbat/.

  

Wednesday, October 29, 2008JOHNSON CITY—East Tennessee State University’s College of Business and Technology is listed among the nation’s most outstanding business schools in the Princeton Review 2009 edition of “Best 296 Business Schools.” Although the institutions are not ranked academically, ETSU was singled out for special national recognition by ranking fourth in the “Best Classroom Experience” category and fifth in “Most Family Friendly.”

ETSU’s ranking has moved up since last year, when the college was designated seventh in “Best Classroom Experience” and sixth for being “Most Family Friendly.”

Institutions named in the “Best Classroom Experience” category included Indiana University-Bloomington in the top position, followed by Acton School of Business in Austin, Texas; Millsaps College; ETSU; Indiana University-New Albany; Harvard University; Elon University; the University of Chicago; the University of Virginia; and Brigham Young University.

The “Most Family Friendly” distinctions placed Brigham Young University first, followed by Dartmouth College, Indiana University-Bloomington, Harvard University, ETSU, the University of Utah, the University of Virginia, Northwestern University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the University of Houston.

The Princeton Review is a New York City-based education services company. To create this volume, the organization interviewed 19,000 students through an online 80-question survey over a period of three years.

The publication’s Vice President Robert Franek states that the book uses “what students report to us about their schools to help applicants decide which of these academically outstanding schools is best for them.”

M.B.A. candidates at ETSU praised the faculty and administration, noting they are “very student-oriented.” Professors are deemed “very knowledgeable in their fields, and many of them are widely recognized as great scholars.”

One student noted: “We are like family at ETSU. We are all interested in each other’s success.”

Each of the institutions featured in “Best 296 Business Schools” has a two-page profile outlining academics, student life, admission information, and career/placement programs. Also included are ratings of the institution’s academics, admissions selectivity, and career programs. 

Undergraduate business degrees are conferred by the ETSU College of Business and Technology in the areas of accountancy, economics, finance, and management and marketing. The graduate business program offerings include accounting and business administration. In addition, a certificate in entrepreneurial leadership can be earned, as well as an interdisciplinary certificate in health care management.

For online information about the ETSU College of Business and Technology, visit www.etsu.edu/cbat/.

  

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