The College of Charleston School of Business Master’s Program was ranked among the best in the country for job placement by U.S. News and World Report.
The college’s MBA program tied for first place with Northern Arizona University for job placement three months after graduation. U.S. News found that College of Charleston and Northern Arizona University were the only two schools where all MBA graduates from the class of 2017 were employed three months after earning their degrees.
“Despite being a newer program, our MBA offers something many others do not — an immediate job network,” said Alan Shao, dean of the College of Charleston School of Business. “The school has an unparalleled relationship with local business leaders who offer their expertise not only as mentors and lecturers but as employers, often providing MBA students with career and internship opportunities.”
CofC’s School of Business also ranked No. 95 on U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best Graduate Schools with business programs. The school is one of only three institutions ranked in the top 100 MBA programs with an annual enrollment of fewer than 50 students. CofC’s MBA program has 41 students enrolled. (Charleston Regional Business Journal)