Hull College ranked a top business school by The Princeton Review

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The James M. Hull College of Business at Augusta University is one of the nation’s top business schools, according to The Princeton Review’s 2016 edition of The Best 295 Business Schools.

The Princeton Review selected its top business schools based on an assessment of academic programs and offerings, a review of institutional data, and a survey of 22,000 students.

“We are very pleased that The Princeton Review has again recognized our outstanding academic programs,” said Mark Thompson, Interim Dean of the Hull College of Business. “Our faculty and staff are deeply committed to quality programming and the academic and career success of our students. This prestigious recognition affirms that commitment.”

The publication also highlights students’ opinions on each ranked school. Augusta University students report that Hull College provides “solid preparation” in accounting and management and say that the school boasts strengths in economics, finance, accounting, and “certain quantitative-based courses such as market research.”

“The schools we selected for these guides all offer academically outstanding degrees: we recommend them highly,” said Robert Franek, The Princeton Review Senior Vice President and Publisher.

The Princeton Review does not rank the business schools in the book on a single hierarchical list from 1 to 295 or name one business school best overall.


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