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Princeton Review Recognizes OU MBA Program Among Best

Best Business Schools 2020 features OU School of Business on its annual list

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The Princeton Review Best Business Schools recognizes the nation’s outstanding MBA programs. (Photo Credit: Rob Hall)

icon of a calendarApril 7, 2020

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The Oakland University MBA program is among the nation’s best, according to The Princeton Review. For the fifth year in a row, The Princeton Review has featured the OU Business School
on its highly regarded Best Business Schools list.

The Princeton Review tallied its lists for 2020 based on data from the company’s surveys of more than 26,700 students enrolled in MBA programs at 358 schools, and of administrators at those schools.

“We commend these schools for their outstanding MBA programs, each of which has stellar academic offerings as well as on-campus and off-campus experiential components,” says Rob Franek, The Princeton Review’s editor in chief. “We compile many categories of ranking lists rather than a single, hierarchical list because our goal is to help applicants identify, gain admission to, and succeed at the business schools best for them.”

“National recognition of our programs reinforces the high-quality education OU business students gain from expert faculty and top-notch curriculum. Our program integrates theory, research and experience with solid academic preparation and practical skills that help our students launch successful careers,” said Michael A. Mazzeo, dean and professor of Finance at Oakland’s School of Business Administration.

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