School’s Undergraduate Program is Among Nation’s 10 Best for Business Law, Marketing, International Business and Quantitative Business; Among Top-25 in Six Other Specialty Areas
May 10, 2012
|Anita Cava (center), professor of business law, with undergraduate students|
Bloomberg BusinessWeek has ranked the undergraduate program at the UM School of Business among the nation’s top-10 in four specialty areas. The School is ranked No. 4 for business law, No. 6 for marketing, No. 9 for international business, and No. 10 for quantitative methods, in the report released May 9, 2012.
The rankings, which were based on a survey of UM business school seniors and those at 122 other business schools, also place the School in the nation’s top-25 in six other specialty areas, including entrepreneurship, operations management, sustainability, information systems, ethics and microeconomics.
The School’s top-25 rankings include:
- No. 4 – Business Law
- No. 6 – Marketing
- No. 9 – International Business
- No. 10 – Quantitative Methods
- No. 12 – Entrepreneurship
- No. 14 – Operations Management
- No. 18 – Sustainability
- No. 18 – Information Systems
- No. 23 – Ethics
- No. 25 – Microeconomics
“One critical factor in choosing a ‘best fit’ college business program is each school’s strengths and weaknesses in the academic disciplines high on the student’s must-have list,” noted Bloomberg BusinessWeek in an article accompanying the rankings. “…this year’s ranking sheds some light on the academic areas at which each school excels,” the report added.