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Binghamton University School of Management named a top-ranked public business school

School of Management jumps to top 10 public business school in ranking

Academic A, the campus home of the Binghamton University School of Management Academic A, the campus home of the Binghamton University School of Management
Academic A, the campus home of the Binghamton University School of Management Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.

The Binghamton University School of Management (SOM) has once again been ranked as one of the best business schools in the nation, according to a top publication for business education news.

Of the 94 schools ranked for Poets&Quants 2022 Best Undergraduate Business Schools ranking, Binghamton University came in at 27, up one spot from the 2021 ranking. Among public business schools, SOM jumped into the ranking’s top 10.

“The entire School of Management family celebrates this achievement,” said Dean Upinder Dhillon. “It reflects the hard work of our students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends.”

Poets&Quants, an online publication for business education news, developed the rankings using data on admission standards, employment outcomes and alumni surveys of the undergraduate class of 2019 to get feedback on their academic experience. SOM was ranked in the top 25 for both admission standards and alumni experience.

Among the metrics that business school alumni were surveyed on, SOM received some significant accolades, including:

  • Ranked #1 for business degree worth its cost in tuition
  • Ranked #2 for quality of extracurricular opportunities
  • Ranked #11 for quality of academic advising

SOM also received at least an “A” rating from alumni in the following additional categories:

  • would recommend program to someone interested in business education
  • degree worth cost in time and resources
  • opportunities to nurture and improve soft skills in business
  • availability of faculty for mentoring outside of class

“We are thankful for the positive feedback we received from our alumni. This ranking and the results of the alumni survey are proof of the School of Management’s long-lasting impact on students and alumni,” said Dhillon.

“SOM continues its climb up the annual rankings of the top business schools. The increasing recognition the School has earned is a function of the faculty’s commitment to quality education as well as the quality and commitment of our students,” said Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger. “SOM alumni are proud of the School and understand that the School opened doors for them as future business leaders. Congratulations to Dean Dhillon and all of the faculty and students of SOM.”

You can view the full ranking at this link.

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