In the recently published 2011 edition of “The Best 300 Business Schools,” the college received the recognition based on the quality of its MBA program as rated in student surveys over the past three years, as well as data provided by the university.
The Princeton Review collected opinions of more than 19,000 students at the best accredited MBA programs in the world. About 65 students answered 80 questions to assess Nevada’s MBA program, consistently praising the solid preparation they received in doing business in a global economy.
“Our goal is to prepare our students to successfully work in an increasingly global economy,” said Greg Mosier, dean of the college. “This recognition is an affirmation that we are providing them with the skills and knowledge to become our business leaders of tomorrow. The hope for Nevada’s sustainable economic development depends on maintaining this high quality of our programs.”
For more information about Nevada’s MBA Program, contact Kambiz Raffiee, director of the MBA Program and associate dean of the college, at 682-9142 or email@example.com.