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Binghamton University School of Management moves up in prominent business school ranking

School of Management once again ranked among top 10 public business schools

Students celebrate at the Binghamton University School of Management 2022 Commencement Ceremony. Students celebrate at the Binghamton University School of Management 2022 Commencement Ceremony.
Students celebrate at the Binghamton University School of Management 2022 Commencement Ceremony. Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.

The Binghamton University School of Management (SOM) has once again been ranked as a top 10 business school among fully public institutions, according to a top publication for business education news.

Of the 93 schools ranked for Poets & Quants 2023 Best Undergraduate Business Schools, the School of Management came in at number 26 overall, moving up a spot from the 2022 rankings. SOM also ranked within the top 20 schools for academic experience and in the top for 30 for admission standards.

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 2020 to provide feedback on their academic experience.

This is the second consecutive year SOM has ranked in the top 10 among fully public business schools.

“These rankings are a true reflection of the hard work our entire School of Management family has invested in our reputation of providing a world-class education for an incredible value,” said SOM Dean Shelley Dionne. “We are thankful for the positive feedback from our alumni, proof their experiences at Binghamton have served them well in an evolving business landscape. We will continue empowering our students to become leaders who can meet those demands.”

“The latest rankings from Poets & Quants show that Binghamton University’s School of Management continues to be a business school that is on the move. SOM’s rise in national rankings is testimony to the commitment of our faculty, the vision of its administration and staff, and the quality of students we attract,” said Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger. “Because of the outstanding education they receive in SOM, our graduates are assuming leadership roles across industry and business, and their ongoing engagement with the school will only strengthen our programs in the coming years. Congratulations to SOM on this remarkable achievement.”

For three years in a row, SOM faculty have also been recognized among the best business professors. Most recently, Poets & Quants named Subimal Chatterjee, SUNY distinguished teaching professor of marketing, and Sara Reiter, professor of accounting, on its list of the “Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors of 2022.”

View the full ranking here.

Binghamton has also ranked among the best public schools in the nation for graduates who earn high-paying salaries in accounting, finance and marketing, according to recent rankings published in the Wall Street Journal.

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