Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Haile/US Bank College of Business Named A Princeton Review 'Best Business School'

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Northern Kentucky University’s Haile/US Bank College of Business is again one of the nation’s best business schools, according to The Princeton Review.

The College of Business is included in the 2016 edition of The Princeton Review’s The Best 295 Business Schools.

The Princeton Review surveyed students at business schools across the nation about their school’s academics, student body, campus life, and their own career plans. NKU earned high marks from students for its rigorous curriculum and experienced faculty, as well as small class sizes and flexible scheduling: “The student is the top priority,” one student said.


“It is an honor to be included again in The Princeton Review’s The Best 295 Business Schools,” said Dr. Rebecca I. Porterfield, dean of the NKU Haile/US Bank College of Business. “This recognition is a testament to our excellent faculty and staff, as well as to our partnerships in the Greater Cincinnati business community.”

The Haile/US Bank College of Business offers undergraduate programs in traditional business disciplines as well as specialty programs in Entrepreneurship, Sports Business, and Construction Management.

It also offers an MBA program, Master of Accountancy, and a Master of Leadership and Organizational Change (ELOC) program. The college also operates the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and the Center for Economic Analysis and Development.

The Haile/US Bank College of Business is accredited by AACSB-International, a distinction earned by fewer than 5 percent of business schools worldwide. The Construction Management program is also accredited though the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

This is the fourth year the Haile/US Bank College of Business has been included in The Princeton Review’s The Best 295 Business Schools.

The Haile/US Bank College of Business is also ranked among the Best Undergraduate Business Programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

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