The Princeton Review has ranked Barry University’s Andreas School of Business No. 3 in business schools that provide the greatest opportunity to minority students. The ranking was published in Princeton Review’s “Best 290 Business Schools.”
The No. 3 ranking in the 2008 edition of Princeton Review’s annual business school guidebook puts Barry behind only Howard University and the University of Houston-Victoria in schools that afford the greatest opportunity to minority students. It also marks an improvement from last year’s No. 4 ranking.
“Best 290 Business Schools” contains 11 ranking lists of top 10 business schools in various categories. The 10 lists are based on The Princeton Review’s surveys of 19,000 students attending the business schools profiled in the book. Students responding to the survey praised the business school for its commitment to social responsibility, the personal attention they receive, and the dual-degree options available to them, particularly the joint MBA-Sports Management degree.