Among the Best in the Country
"A reputable state university with an excellent business school." with strong faculty and ties in the local business community.
"Professors are all very knowledgeable in terms of both theory and real word experience."
There is "great accounting faculty," as well as a strong finance department at CSUF.
Overall, CSUF is a "warm environment, with professors who care about students."
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Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has been included in
Princeton Review’s 2013 issue of “Best 296 Business Schools” released in October 2012.
This is the seventh consecutive year the college has been included.
The listing is based on surveys of students enrolled at universities that offer MBA programs accredited by the American Association of Colleges and Schools of Business, as well as on statistical information about each institution’s students, physical environment, admissions requirements, teaching ratio and programs.
Universities and colleges are listed under such categories as best professors, classroom experience, career prospects, campus environment and facilities, and opportunities for women and minorities.
“The rating is indicative of the continuing excellence at Mihaylo College. We are getting increasing evidence of employer satisfaction with the preparation of our graduates and high-level success of our alumni,” said Anil Puri, dean of Mihaylo College. “Additionally, the positive experience of our students with faculty involvement and world-class facilities is heartening to us.”
Serving the needs of Southern California, the college educates more than 8,000 each year with degree specializations in accounting, economics, finance, information systems and decision sciences, international business, management and marketing. Currently about 800 students are enrolled in its graduate programs, which include master’s in economics, accountancy, taxation and information systems, as well as three MBA options and an online master of science in information technology degree program.
The Princeton Review (not affiliated with Princeton University) does not rank the institutions on a single hierarchical list or name one business school best overall. "The Best 296 Business Schools" is one of more than 150 Princeton Review books published by Random House and is available at bookstores.