“Best 290 Business Schools” by Princeton Review Includes Silberman College of Business
Teaneck, NJ (October 11, 2007) — Fairleigh Dickinson University’s AACSB-accredited Silberman College of Business is listed in the new “Best 290 Business Schools” just published by The Princeton Review (Random House/Princeton Review, October 9, 2007). The guide is well known for its college rankings based on how students rate their schools.
Robert Franek, VP/Publisher, Princeton Review, said, “We compile our ranking lists in multiple categories based on what students report to us about their schools to help applicants decide which of these academically outstanding schools is best for them.”
According to the new “Best 290 Business Schools,” MBA students at FDU appreciate the “flexibility of the program to accommodate working schedules,” an important factor for part-time students. Working professionals applaud the college for offering five-week-long weekend sessions. Students also appreciate the fact that FDU offers a “well-rounded program” with a “breadth of concentrations.”
The MBA program at the Silberman College of Business is available at both North Jersey FDU campuses and offers majors in entrepreneurial studies; finance; human resource management; international business; management, including concentrations in corporate communications, global business (1-year program), and information systems; marketing; pharmaceutical management. Silberman also offers MBA programs for executives, including a concentration in healthcare and life sciences; and MS programs in accounting and taxation.
Silberman students enjoy a “good rapport among students” and “great professors.” Also noted is the diversity of experiences, which “has resulted in great learning sessions.” According to William Moore, Silberman College dean, “We are certainly pleased that our students like and appreciate their Silberman College experience. This listing is yet another validation of the quality of our programs and Silberman’s student-faculty interactions. Our faculty and staff put forth a tremendous effort to maintain a learning environment that is one of the finest in the world.”
The Princeton Review collects opinions of students at over 290 of the best AACSB-accredited MBA programs in the world and gathered statistical information on many more in order to give readers the widest possible base of information for selecting the right business school for them. The school profiles in each book cover academics, admission, financial aid, and campus life and career information. They include advice on funding the degrees and applying to the programs.
To learn more visit http://www.fdu.edu/silberman or call (201) 692-7200.