Princeton Review released a new guidebook on October 11th, 2011, that lists Stetson University’s School of Business Administration as one of the “Best 294 Business Schools”. The new 2012 edition of the book includes a profile of Stetson’s School of Business Administration. The profile provides information on academics, student life and environment, the admissions process, statistical data and career placement services.
Stetsons profile on the Princeton Review includes comments directly from students. " The atmosphere is collaborative, as most students are also interested in diversifying their skills in both business and networking," the guidebook said. " For professionals the atmosphere is supportive, and students find they 'can relate with classmates, since many also have full-time jobs." Students especially highlighted Stetson’s small class size, personalized education, accessible and supportive faculty, modern facilities, flexible schedules for working professionals, and global focus, including opportunities to study business abroad during short or semester-long trips.
To make Stetson’s Business School one of the best in the country, the graduate faculty is committed to delivering the highest quality instruction in an active-learning, engaged environment. Professors teach students within small classes and provide insights and focus on academics. In today’s rapidly changing global environment it is really important to have a curriculum that focuses on international aspects as much as it focuses on domestics.