Isenberg School of Management's Growing National Reputation Reflected in New Undergraduate Rankings

The Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst now ranks 36th in the nation in BusinessWeek’s just-released annual Best Undergraduate Business Schools survey.

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Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst

Our continued progress in the undergraduate rankings underscores our continuous investment in preparing our students with business-ready skills.

Amherst, Massachusetts (PRWEB) April 09, 2014

The Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst now ranks 36th in the nation in BusinessWeek’s just-released annual Best Undergraduate Business Schools survey. Isenberg’s current ranking rose nine places from 45th in 2013 and six places from 20th to 14th among public business schools. That progress reflects a sustained upward trend by Isenberg in BusinessWeek’s undergraduate survey, in which the school recorded the most improved rankings in the nation from 2010-2013.

Isenberg’s steady improvement and growing national reputation is also evident in the School’s ranking of 11th in the nation (6th among publics) in the area of Recruiter Satisfaction. That vote of confidence from employers is likely reflected in the school’s ranking of 28th in the nation in median starting salaries for its graduating seniors.

“Our continued progress in the undergraduate rankings underscores our continuous investment in preparing our students with business-ready skills,” emphasizes Isenberg’s dean, Mark A. Fuller. “That includes state-of-the art academics and constant exposure to business through experiential learning and high-quality interactions with our alumni.”

BusinessWeek based its 2014 rankings of 132 undergraduate business school programs on formal evaluations by graduating seniors, assessments by employers/recruiters, academic quality, median starting salaries, and success in “feeding” graduates to MBA programs.

More about Isenberg:

Founded in 1947, the Isenberg School of Management on the University of Massachusetts flagship Amherst campus has 42,000 alumni in 72 countries. Isenberg offers its AACSB-accredited courses to 4,500 students on campus, online, and in blended formats. The School’s 3,200 undergraduates major in seven business disciplines, including industry specialties such as hospitality & tourism management and sport management. Over 1,300 students are enrolled in the Isenberg MBA and they can focus their studies in Health Care Administration, Entrepreneurship, Finance and Marketing.

For more information, visit http://www.isenberg.umass.edu.