Awards and Honors for the School of Business

Princeton Review Names UAlbany MBA #3 for Women

The University at Albany MBA has once again been named one of the Top Ten MBA programs with the Greatest Opportunity for Women by the Princeton Review, ranking the program as #3 in the 2012 edition of Best 301 Business Schools. The school has been rated in the top ten for the past 4 years.

Small Business Development Center Among Top Ten in Nation

The New York State Small Business Development Center based at the University at Albany School of Business, has been named among the top ten centers in the nation by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Princeton Review Ranks UAlbany MBA in Top 15

The Princeton Review Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools found that the UAlbany MBA ranks with Harvard, Dartmouth and Stanford in the general management category. Over 19,000 student surveys were used to identify the 15 top business schools in accounting, finance, general management, global management, marketing and operations. UAlbany was the only SUNY school named in any category.

National Recognition for HR/IS Concentration

The Human Resource/Information Systems Concentration in our MBA program has been recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management, the premier human resource association, as one of four MBA programs in the country meeting their criteria for a comprehensive education in human resource management. It is the only MBA program in the nation to incorporate information technology into a human resource curriculum.