The College of Business Administration at Florida International University now holds seventh position in U.S. News and World Report‘s “America’s Best Colleges 2006′” annual ranking of undergraduate international business programs at U.S. business schools. The College has moved up two places in this listing of undergraduate programs with a focus on international business since last year.
The College also placed ninth on the “Top 10 Business Schools for Hispanics,” just published in Hispanic Business (September, 2005) magazine. The College joins the august company of schools such as Stanford (also first last year), University of California at Berkeley, University of Texas at Austin, Yale, Duke, Columbia, and Michigan. This marks the seventh year that the College has been featured in the Top 25 in this publication.
Finally, AmericaEconomía (August 19-September 1, 2005), a premier pan-regional business journal, just ranked the College as number 55 among the best international business schools for Latin American students based on surveys of business school faculty, Latin American business people, and school data. This is the fourth year the College has made the list.
“These impressive rankings show the success of the efforts of our students, faculty, and staff,” said Joyce J. Elam, executive dean of the College. “It also gives us the enthusiasm to continue the momentum of strengthening the programs, services, and opportunities we offer.”