The 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings were released this week and Oklahoma State University’s undergraduate business program improved its national ranking among more than 500 programs, remaining in the top 16 percent of accredited U.S. business schools rated.
In the 2020 ranking, the Spears School of Business undergraduate program ranked 79th compared to 87th in 2019. U.S. News surveyed deans and senior faculty members of undergraduate business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business to reach its ranking list.
“We are pleased to see Spears continuing to rise in the rankings,” said Dean Ken Eastman. “The credit goes to our hard-working faculty and staff who strive to create positive learning experiences for our students. Our motto is the Power of Personal and we are focused on ensuring that students not only have the most advanced content but also the wisdom to use this knowledge to make better decisions and build stronger relationships.”
The improved OSU undergraduate business program ranking comes on the heels of this year’s improvement of 22 spots in U.S. News ranking for the Spears Business full-time MBA program, now 73rd, and part-time MBA, ranked 65th, an improvement of 36 spots, and a stronger ranking of the online MBA program, tied for 38th nationally.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked colleges and universities for more than 30 years. Visit the U.S. News website to see the complete list of best undergraduate business programs. Learn more about Spears Business at business.okstate.edu.
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