CU business school honored
The CU business school was ranked top 20 in the nation in two surveys earlier this week.
In the Beyond Grey Pinstripes survey, conducted every two years, the Leeds School of Business was ranked number 20 for its “integration of issues concerning social and environmental stewardship,” and Leeds was ranked eighth among schools with less than 100 students enrolled in the MBA program.
The survey is composed of questions regarding classes offered by the school, exposure to the outside business world, course content and faculty research.
“This survey evaluates the business school’s ability to prepare students for new business realities,” said Doug Nogami, director of the Leeds School of Business.
The second survey was done by Entrepreneur magazine. It looks at all the business schools in the nation and ranks them based on their academics as well as business experience students get outside class.
The Entrepreneur survey polled both the undergraduate and graduate program of the business school, as well as analyzed standards the CU faculty has set for the students at the business school.
The CU graduate school was ranked 14, based on enrollment, entrepreneurship courses, recent grads who started a business and entrepreneurship clubs.
A complete list of rankings can be found in the November issue of Entrepreneur Magazine.
“The results of these two surveys show commitment from faculty and students,” said Cathleen Burns, Associate Dean of CU faculty.
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