AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University’s College of Business has been included in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 269 Business Schools: 2013 Edition” released this week.
The College of Business is cited as being one of the South’s premier business programs, noting the small classes and low student-to-faculty ratio as highlights.
Auburn’s program allows MBA candidates flexibility with class scheduling, helps students master the fundamentals of business theory and focus on a particular area of interest, such as finance, business analytics, management of information technology or marketing.
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University achieved high rankings in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 377 Colleges: 2013 Edition” released this week.
Auburn ranked in the top 10 in four categories, including seventh in the category of students packing the stadium, eighth in most conservative students, ninth in best quality of life and 10th in supporting future Rotarians and Daughters of the American Revolution. Following up these top 10 rankings, Auburn also ranked 12th in most religious students and 13th in the quality of town-gown relations.
AUBURN – The Princeton Review has listed two Auburn University economics faculty members among the nation’s best for undergraduate instruction. Professor Randy Beard and Instructor Macy Finck were highly rated by the undergraduate students they teach and are recognized in the guidebook The Best 300 Professors, published today.
For the rankings, Princeton Review teamed up with RateMyProfessors.com, an online college professor rating website, to create the first comprehensive guidebook to America’s top undergraduate professors.