Penn State Behrend Business Program Earns National Ranking

Publisher Robert Franek calls the school “one of the best institutions a student could attend to earn an MBA.”Penn State Behrend Business Program Earns National Ranking

Schools are selected based on academics, job-placement rates and admissions selectivity. A Princeton Review survey of 19,000 students – including those enrolled at Penn State Behrend – added context about campus life and students’ career plans.

“Our listing in the Princeton Review is confirmation that we offer business programs to our students that are among the best not only in academics, but also in student life and environment and career services,” said John Magenau, director of the Sam and Irene Black School of Business. “We value this because it is based in part on student feedback, and it shows that the experiences our students have here are positive.”