UE Business School Listed as one of 10 Undergraduate Schools to Watch in 2020
Posted: Wednesday, May 6, 2020
The Schroeder Family School of Business Administration at the University of Evansville was included in Poets&Quants’s annual list of the top 10 undergraduate schools to watch. The Schroeder School joins other schools of business such as the Wharton School, Ross School, and Stern School in this prestigious list of programs that are “setting the standard for what students can expect and schools can achieve.”
The Schroeder School’s 100 percent job placement rate was a major factor in achieving this recognition. According to P&Q, the school’s impressive success beat out all “97 undergraduate business programs ranked by Poets&Quants.”
The article notes that Schroeder graduates get jobs, and “These aren’t just any jobs either. … Schroeder ranked #1 for their business degree helping them land their ‘dream career’ – topping highly-decorated programs like the Wharton School and Indiana University’s Kelley School. In the same survey, Schroeder alumni placed their alma mater among the ten-best business programs for alumni help in job hunting.”
Ben Johnson, Schroeder School’s interim dean, touts the school’s Office for Career Success for helping ensure students’ success. Students gain high level job experiences and a build a professional network that sees most students graduating with a job offer already in hand.
The Schroeder Family School of Business Administration currently educates 250 students in seven programs of study, including accounting, finance, global business, logistics and supply chain management, marketing, management, and economics. The AACSB-accredited business school is ranked #4 among small, private schools by U.S. News & World Report with the Finance and Accounting programs ranked #2 and #3, respectively.
Read the Schroeder School’s full profile at Poets&Quants, and learn more about the University of Evansville on our website.