Binghamton University School of Management jumps to top 30 in prominent business school ranking
SOM jumped 19 spots in the Poets&Quants 2021 Best Undergraduate Business Schools ranking
Continuing a tradition of excellence, the Binghamton University School of Management jumped 19 spots in the Poets&Quants 2021 Best Undergraduate Business Schools ranking, moving up to the top 30.
Of the 93 schools ranked, the School of Management came in at number 28, a significant increase from its number 47 ranking in the 2020 listing. Among public business schools on the ranking, the School of Management was ranked in the top 15.
“This significant accomplishment is shared by the entire School of Management family,” said Dean Upinder Dhillon. “Our students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends all invested in this success.”
“As a public university, we are dedicated to excellence and access,” Dhillon added. “We prepare students from all walks of life to become leaders in a rapidly-changing data driven economy.”
Poets&Quants, a top online publication for business education news, develops the rankings using data on admissions standards, employment outcomes, and alumni surveys to get feedback on their academic experience. The School of Management was ranked in the top 20 for admissions standards.
“Our students are among the best in the nation,” said Dhillon. “We are proud of the work ethic they display as students and accomplished alumni.”
“This remarkable achievement is testimony to the quality of the School’s faculty and the relevance and rigorousness of the curriculum,” said Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger. “School of Management graduates are increasingly cited as innovative entrepreneurs and recognized for their leadership across all fields of management and business. Congratulations to the School on this accomplishment.”
Due to the significant jump in the ranking, Poets&Quants also included the School of Management in its “10 Undergraduate Business Schools To Watch In 2021” list.
Poets&Quants also recently recognized Associate Professor Surinder Kahai as one of the 50 best undergraduate business professors in the country. Kahai was nominated for the honor by School of Management alumni.
You can see the full ranking at this link.