In the U.S. News & World Report rankings published this week, Isenberg has climbed into the top 30 of the nation’s premier public business school undergraduate programs, moving up four slots from

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In the U.S. News & World Report rankings published this week, Isenberg has climbed into the top 30 of the nation’s premier public business school undergraduate programs, moving up four slots from 34th last year.

Isenberg continues to hold the top spot for undergraduate public programs in the Northeast, for the eighth straight year. Overall, Isenberg ranks 49th among all 514 ranked undergraduate business schools in the nation—up from 53rd in last year’s survey.

“This ranking reflects Isenberg’s talented students, faculty, staff and alumni,” says Isenberg Dean Anne Massey. “Our students are exceptional, our academic programs are innovative and constantly improving, our faculty members conduct top-notch research, and our alumni are impacting every field of business. Every improvement in our rankings reflects our commitment to excellence, for which I am especially proud.”

The U.S. News & World Report undergraduate business school rankings reflect the judgment of deans and senior faculty members at programs that—like Isenberg—are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The publication circulates a survey allowing the deans and faculty members to rate the quality of their peer institutions.