Princeton Review Names College of Business Among Top Business Schools


 

 

The Princeton Review has included Delaware State University’s College of Business in the new 2012 edition of its book “The Best 294 Business Schools.”
 
The Princeton Review notes that 95% of the graduates of the DSU College of Business are employed three months after graduation at the average base starting of $55,000 per year. The review recognizes the College of Business’ Master of Business Administration Program for its convenient location and for its attention to the needs of the working professionals and aspiring managers, especially with respect to offering evening and weekend classes.
 
The review also notes that the College of Business offers an accelerated MBA program that is geared toward the working adult.
 
The DSU College of Business totaled 644 undergraduate students enrolled in its degree programs in 2010-2011 and 139 graduate students enrolled in its MBA Program.
 
The Princeton Review (www.PrincetonReview.com) is an education services company headquartered in Framingham, MA, with locations across the U.S.A. and abroad. It is known for its classroom and online test-prep courses, education programs, tutoring services, and more than 150 books published by Random House. The Princeton Review reported its annual college rankings in 62 categories in August in its book, "The Best 376 Colleges."
 
In September, The Princeton Review with Entrepreneur magazine reported its annual lists of top 50 schools for entrepreneurship programs. In February, The Princeton Review reported with USA TODAY its annual lists of the 50 "Best Value Colleges." Other Princeton Review books include its annually published "Best 168 Medical Schools," plus guides for college and graduate school admission tests and professional licensing exams.
 
“The Best 294 Business Schools” is published by Random House/Princeton Review and went on sale on Oct. 11. It can be obtained online at www.princetonreview.com/business-school-rankings.aspx.
 
The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University and it is not a magazine.