SHU’s MBA Program Named One of the Best in The Princeton Review

Sacred Heart University SHU USA MBA

Fairfield’s Hamlet Hub website just reported that Sacred Heart University’s Master of Business Administration has been named among the best by the Princeton Review. Please find below a summary of this article:

Sacred Heart University’s Jack Welch College of Business & Technology (WCBT) has yet again earned a place among the nation’s outstanding business schools for a master’s degree in business administration, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company profiles SHU in its recently reported list, “Best Business Schools 2021: On-Campus MBA Programs.”

The Princeton Review compiled its list of the 244 top business schools using institutional and student survey data. The profiles also have five categories of ratings that The Princeton Review tallies based on data from its administrator and/or student surveys. Rating categories encompass academic experience, admissions selectivity, career and professors who are interesting and accessible.

“We are delighted that The Princeton Review continues to recognize the value of our MBA program,” said Martha J. Crawford, dean of the WCBT. “Our faculty and staff are dedicated to ensuring students receive a meaningful and relevant business education. Our MBA program prepares students to thrive in a business world that is being transformed by digital innovation. Our program is unique for its emphasis on experiential learning and technology literacy. It also helps students develop an international perspective, through digital integration of our Fairfield and Luxembourg campuses.”

The WBCT is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and its faculty are recognized scholars and experienced practitioners in the business world. Under their guidance, students complete required coursework and a capstone project, working with their peers to help local businesses develop a product or service. Students hone their management skills, apply the business concepts they’ve learned and make presentations to business professionals, nonprofit executives and faculty on the new product or service they developed. Students gain first-hand experiences and a glimpse of what business success entails.

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