Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 15, 2010
Northeastern University College of Business Administration announced today that for the fifth consecutive year, the program was ranked #1 for internships and was given an "A+" for job placement in BusinessWeek's ranking of the top American undergraduate business programs. Northeastern ranked #32 overall.
Dean Thomas E. Moore said, "The co-op program is the complete integration of experience with classroom study through a process and a network of faculty support developed over our 100 years providing co-operative education."
Students at Northeastern reported a positive experience at the College of Business Administration, with the college placing in the top 20 US undergraduate business programs according to the BusinessWeek student survey. In addition to the A+ for job placement, students gave the College of Business Administration "A" grades for teaching quality and facilities and services.
"The BusinessWeek rankings reflect our commitment to experiential learning, and the positive impact our co-op program has on students' experience in the classroom," explained undergraduate Associate Dean Coleen Pantalone. "Students gain a new perspective on their education when they participate in a co-op. They ask new questions, pursue tougher academic challenges and gain a better idea of their capabilities and goals."
About Northeastern University College of Business Administration
Northeastern University College of Business Administration, established in 1922, provides its students--undergraduate, graduate and executive--with the education, tools and experience necessary to launch and accelerate successful business careers. The College credits its success to expert faculty, close partnerships with the business community, and is emphasis on rigorous academics combined with experiential learning.
The College is highly ranked by several prestigious publications. BusinessWeek ranks the undergraduate program 32th in the U.S., #1 in internships, and #19 in the student survey in its 2010 "Best Undergraduate B-schools." U.S. News & World Report ranks the College's Bachelor of Science in International Business program #16 in the country. Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine ranked the undergraduate business program 14th most entrepreneurial in the U.S.
For more information about Northeastern University's College of Business Administration, visit http://www.cba.neu.edu.
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