Princeton Review Rates UHV School of Business Administration One of the Best for Minorities
Rather than rank schools on a single hierarchical list, the Princeton Review creates 11 lists ranking the top 10 business schools in various categories. UHV distinguished itself in providing opportunities for minority students and was rated second overall among the nation’s business schools in this category.
According to Princeton Review vice president for publishing Robert Franek, “We choose schools for this book based on our high regard for their academic programs and offerings, institutional data we collect from the schools, and the candid opinions of students attending them. We are pleased to recommend UHV to readers of our book and users of our Web site as one of the best institutions they could attend to earn an MBA.”
UHV President Tim Hudson noted, “We’re fortunate to be located in an area rich in cultural diversity, and I want to congratulate our business faculty for their commitment to our mission of making quality higher education accessible to all our constituents.”
In the book’s profile on UHV, the Princeton Review editors describe the school as having abundant degree options, noting that students can pursue a traditional MBA, a global MBA and an MBA in economic development and entrepreneurship. International students also have the option to pursue an MBA through a fourth-year bridge program.
“We’re certainly honored to receive such a distinction from the Princeton Review, since, for many years, students have held it in high regard when choosing their respective colleges and universities,” said Charles Bullock, dean of the School of Business Administration. “The rating confirms the outstanding scholarship being conducted by our faculty and the commitment of our staff to making these programs available to our students.”
To collect data, the Princeton Review used an 80-question survey that asked students about themselves, their career plans, and their schools. Several students are directly quoted within the profile on UHV, including a student who told the Princeton Review UHV “is a good fit for students that really want to learn, but not for students who just want to check the box that an MBA was completed.”
The Princeton Review (not affiliated with Princeton University) is a New York-based education services company known for its college and career guidebooks. For more information on the School of Business Administration at UHV, contact Jane Mims at (361) 570-4892.
The University of Houston-Victoria, located in the heart of the Coastal Bend region since 1973, offers courses leading to 70 bachelor’s, master’s and specialist degree programs and concentrations in the schools of Arts & Sciences; Business Administration; and Education, Health Professions & Human Development. UHV provides face-to-face classes at its Victoria campus, as well as a teaching center in Katy, and online classes that students can take from anywhere. UHV supports the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Opportunities for All initiative to increase awareness about state colleges and universities, and the important role they have in providing a high-quality and accessible education to an increasingly diverse student population, as well as contributing to regional and state economic development.