Ranking Rewards Affordability, Quality, Value and Accessibility For 12 Majors Within Business Schools
Study.com, a leading online education platform, released its 2020 Top Business Schools rankings – highlighting the best schools across 12 different segments. These rankings showcase school programs that provide a high-value education, while still being accessible and affordable. To align with the mission of making education accessible, variables like tuition cost, admittance rates, graduation rates, career resources and job placement are among the major determining factors for schools being selected.
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Top schools for each 2020 ranking include:
- Top Business School: Northwood University
- Top Economics School: Virginia Military Institute
- Top Human Resources School: Webster University
- Top Business Management School: Northwood University
- Top Marketing School: Georgia College and State University
- Top Public Relations School: University of Oregon
- Top Hospitality Management School: University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Top MBA School: Louisiana State University, Shreveport
- Top Supply Chain Management School: University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Top Finance School: Goldey-Beacom College
- Top Accounting School: CUNY Bernard, Baruch College
- Top International Business School: Florida International University
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Northwood University took the overall spot for two categories and schools such as University of Oregon; University of South Carolina; Florida International University and Louisiana State University, Shreveport all ranked in the top-10 in at least two of the categories. The schools also emphasize partnerships with companies and extracurricular opportunities within their programs – providing students with avenues to make the most out of their education.
Study.com is an online education platform that helps learners of all ages excel academically and close skills gaps. From test prep and homework help to earn low-cost college credit and developing workplace skills, Study.com’s online courses, short animated video lessons and study tools have made learning simple for over 30 million students, teachers and working professionals.
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