The Jack C. Massey College of Business Administration at Belmont University was selected as an outstanding business school by The Princeton Review in the education services company’s 2007 edition of its Best 282 Business Schools.
Princeton Review editors described Belmont as providing a good deal of team work and they quote students attending Belmont who say “the school has a commitment not only to the development of business knowledge but also to the development of a business mentality and the nonacademic skills required for career success.”
“It is extremely gratifying to have our students praise our programs for their challenging academic experience and the emphasis on teamwork and developing a business mentality,” says Pat Raines, Dean of Jack C. Massey College of Business Administration. “The growing enrollments in our MBA and MACC programs affirm that we are responding to the needs of the Nashville business community.”
In a two-page profile on Belmont The Princeton Review lists topics that Belmont students were in most agreement about. The list includes: “friendly students” and “solid preparation in communication/interpersonal skills.”
“We choose schools for this book based on our high regard for their academic programs and offerings, institutional data we collect from the schools and the candid opinions of students attending them who rate and report on their campus experiences at the schools,” Robert Franek, Princeton Review VP-Publishing, said. “We are pleased to recommend Belmont University to readers of our book and users of our Web site as one of the best institutions they could attend to earn an MBA.”
“Belmont business school on Princeton Review list of best” – The Tennessean, October 9, 2006