The Rawls College of Business recently was ranked in the top 100 business schools for its undergraduates, according to Bloomberg Businessweek's “Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2014.” The Rawls College entered the rankings at No. 83 after being unranked in 2013. The Rawls College's rise in rankings signifies the progressive steps made by the college to ensure its students obtain the most from their education and set themselves up for future successes in the professional world. “Everyone involved in the Rawls College is honored to be ranked as a best undergraduate business school, because that is what we strive to be for our students: the best,” Dean Lance Nail said. “The commitment and dedication of our faculty and staff members mirrors the effort put in by our students to obtain the education needed to become innovative and ethical leaders in the business world.” The rankings are based on student assessment, academic quality, employer opinion, median salary and students sent to top MBA programs. Bloomberg Businessweek uses survey data from students, employers and schools to help the rankings.This supports the efforts outlined in the Rawls College of Business Strategic Plan. Learn more about the LEADER 2020 Strategic Plan and follow our progress on Twitter at #RawlsLeads.
Rawls Now Ranked in Top 100 Best Undergraduate Business Schools
April 4, 2014