William Paterson's Business School Recognized
Published: Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Updated: Wednesday, December 8, 2010 16:12
For the third consecutive year William Paterson University's Cotsakos College of Business is featured in the Princeton Review's "The Best Business Schools."
Efforts to reach someone in the business college since mid-November for comment were unsuccessful, but in a university press release Sam Basu, dean of the college, said, "In the profile on the Cotsakos College of Business, the Princeton Review editors noted that the College augments the traditional M.B.A. curriculum with a number of experiential learning programs, which add depth and relevance to the academic experience."
The college offers programs for bachelor, master and doctoral degrees.
The Princeton Review's listings are based on data collected from school administrators and a survey of 19,000 students.
"All of the schools we chose for these books offer outstanding academic programs in their fields: there is no single law or b-school that is 'best' overall," said Robert Franek, senior vice president / publishing for the Princeton Review, according to the book's web site. "We tally rankings in multiple categories and compile detailed profiles of the schools to give applicants a broader range of information to decide which of these outstanding schools will be uniquely best for them."
According to the publication's website, to make it into the review a school much meet certain criteria and allow its students to be surveyed.