Saunders College cited in Poets&Quants ranking
RITâ€™s business school listed in Best Undergraduate Business Schools
Poets&Quants is the leading resource for complete coverage of business education. Saunders College was listed at No. 61, with an employment ranking of No. 16.
“We are very excited and pleased Saunders College is included in the 2017 Poets&Quants listing and that our undergraduate programs continue to garner outstanding rankings,” said Saunders College Dean Jacqueline Mozrall. “Our reputation for job placement is exceptional, with an employment ranking that places us in the Top 20 nationally and the third best in New York state, behind only New York University and Cornell University.”
Poets&Quants for Undergrads’ second annual comprehensive study ranked the top 82 undergraduate business school programs. The rankings are based on three criteria: admission standards, the academic experience judged by alumni and employment outcomes. The list includes public and private institutions, two- and four-year business programs, schools with highly demanding academics and those that even teach business etiquette.
“This is the most thorough data-driven study of undergraduate business education ever undertaken,” said founder and Editor-in-Chief John A. Byrne, Poets&Quants for Undergrads. “At a time when parents and students are confronting ever increasing tuition bills and levels of debt, the return-on-investment of a degree is more important than ever. We measure those returns and it’s no wonder that more parents are encouraging their children to major in business. The best business schools are a no-brainer investment because they are reporting record or near-record starting salaries and job placement for their graduates.”
April 18, 2019
Partnership brings business education to Rochester classrooms
A unique community collaboration among Saunders College of Business, Junior Achievement and local elementary schools introduces young minds to business, economics and free enterprise through discussions, hands-on activities and video lessons.
April 17, 2019
Innovative suspension system for off-road vehicles takes top spot in spring Tiger Tank competition
A uniquely designed magnetic coil piston that will improve suspension systems in on- and off-road vehicles took first place in RIT’s semi-annual Tiger Tank entrepreneurship competition. Sponsored by RIT’s Saunders College of Business and hosted by RIT’s Simone Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Tiger Tank gives students the opportunity to pitch a business idea to a panel of judges with a chance to win cash prizes.
April 16, 2019
Mahany Welding Supply donates equipment to College of Engineering Technology
Mahany Welding Supply donated two gas metal arc welding cells and two gas tungsten arc welding cells to be used within an advanced manufacturing degree program in RIT’s College of Engineering Technology to provide needed workforce skills.
April 16, 2019
President David Munson to again emcee performing arts challenge on eve of Imagine RIT
Proving that RIT students are stars not only inside the classroom but on the stage as well, President David Munson will emcee his second performing arts competition next Friday night on the eve of the Imagine RIT: Creativity and Innovation Festival.