Kent State Featured in 'Best 296 Business Schools' for 2009


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The Kent State University Graduate School of Management’s Master of Business Administration program is among the best, according to the Princeton Review ’s 2009 edition of the “Best 296 Business Schools.”

The Princeton Review has named Kent State's Master of Business Administration program one of the best in the nation.
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The Princeton Review has named Kent State's Master of Business Administration program one of the best in the nation.

Kent State was recognized for its full-time and part-time Master of Business Administration programs, as well as master’s degrees in accounting and financial engineering. Kent State was selected for its four dual-degree options in conjunction with the nursing program, the library science program, the architecture program and the arts in translation program. In addition, the Graduate School of Management offers an Executive MBA to candidates with the prerequisite amount of work experience and the support of their employers.

“We are very pleased to be included in this prestigious listing of M.B.A. programs,” Louise Ditchey, academic program director for the Graduate School of Management, says. “Our recent reaffirmation of accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) was undoubtedly a major factor in this inclusion.”

The “Best 296 Business Schools” has 11 ranking lists of the top 10 business schools in various categories. Schools are selected based on their academic programs and offerings, institutional data and candid opinions of students attending those schools.

For more information, visit the Princeton Review Web site.

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By Anna Riggenbach

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