Saunders College of Business MBA Program among Princeton Review | Biden News


The Executive MBA Program at Saunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology is ranked 27th in the Princeton Review’s “Top 50 Online MBA Programs for 2022”.

The college’s rigorous Executive MBA program is based on developing students’ strategic thinking and decision-making skills in a flexible, small class environment. The program includes a four-week capstone consulting project, a competitive business simulation, and an international business trip. The average professional experience for students enrolled in this program is 14 years.

Princeton Review selected schools and calculated a ranking list based on a 2020-2021 survey of administrators across more than 130 business schools offering online MBAs. It also takes into account data from the 2020-2021 survey of more than 7,000 students enrolled in the school’s online MBA program. More than 60 data points from the survey are weighed to determine listings and rankings.

“Our Executive MBA program continues to meet the needs of our students by infusing core business competencies with the technology essential to creating well-rounded professionals,” said Jeff Davis, director of the Executive MBA program and Executive Education program at Saunders College. “And, given the increasingly competitive market for the best online programs, our continued presence among the best MBA programs in the nation is a good validation for students, faculty and staff.”

The Saunders College of Business MBA program was also named one of 241 programs selected for the Princeton Review’s “Best Business Schools for 2022.”

Saunders College is accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and offers an Executive MBA program with flexible scheduling options and access to specialized MBA career services advisors, as well as access to RIT Careers Services.

The college recently celebrated its upcoming expansion and renovation with a groundbreaking ceremony. The $19 million project, which begins this spring, will almost double the size of the college.


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