U.S. News Ranks Undergraduate Business Program No. 24 for International Business Among “America’s Best Colleges”
August 17, 2010
“We’re delighted to see this improvement in rankings as we work to earn a place of global preeminence among the world’s top business schools,” said Barbara E. Kahn, dean of the School of Business Administration. “This recognition is a testament to the strengths of our faculty, students and innovative academic programs, all of which we will continue to build upon so that we can deliver the very best in undergraduate management education.”
In the same rankings, the University of Miami climbed to No. 47 among national universities, continuing the University’s meteoric rise that has seen the institution climb 20 spots in the past nine years to become the highest-ranked Florida school on the list.
“This recognition is great news,” said UM President Donna E. Shalala, adding that UM will continue to improve in the years ahead.
“The cumulative and continuous improvement in the U.S. News ranking over the past nine years reflects UM’s commitment to the students and their successful college experience,” said UM Executive Vice President and Provost Thomas J. LeBlanc.
The editors of U.S.News & World Report have ranked the nation’s top universities and colleges for the past 27 years. The 2011 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” hits newsstands on August 31. Click here for the complete ranking of U.S. business schools.