The Princeton Review Ranks Bauer 6th in List of Greatest Opportunities for Women
The MBA program at the C. T. Bauer College of Business made The Princeton Review’s top 10 list “Greatest Opportunity for Women.”
The college ranked sixth for providing access and resources to female students and faculty out of the 296 schools rated in The Princeton Review’s 2015 edition of The Best 296 Business Schools.
The “Greatest Opportunity for Women” assessment is based on school data, including the percentage of female students and faculty, as well as student surveys. Surveys revealed the level of resources for female students, whether the school offers coursework for women entrepreneurs and whether case study materials for classes proportionately reflect women in business.
“We at the Bauer College take great pride in offering opportunities to all our students, male and female, and this latest ranking from The Princeton Review focusing on women is especially rewarding,” Dean Latha Ramchand said.
She added: “For too long, in business, women did not have opportunities equal to their male counterparts. It is our position that intelligence, perseverance and determination are the qualities that lead to success in the corporate world, not gender.”
This is the first year Bauer College has been included in the list. To learn more about the college’s recent rankings, click here.
By Ann Lynd