Mercer's business school ranked among top in nation

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Mercer’s Master of Business Administration program in the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics has, for the fifth year in a row, been ranked fifth for the Greatest Opportunity for Women in the United States.
Their rankings are based on the percentage of female students (55% full-time and 65% part-time for the Macon campus), the percentage of female faculty (38%), the opinions of the students regarding academic resources and the level of support that women get in the program ranging from classes and coursework to case studies about women in business.
Support programs include peer tutoring, academic support programs and minority support groups.
According to a press release, “We are gratified to once again be ranked among the top business schools in the nation and for this recognition of our outstanding track record of, and commitment to, diversity,” said Dr. D. Scott Davis interim dean of the business school and senior vice provost for research and dean of graduate programs
“This recognition shows our commitment to individual attention, intellectual rigor and liberal learning are well regarded around the nation, as well as by our students and graduates.”
Mercer, overall, has also been listed by the Princeton Review as one of America’s best colleges for the 2011 year and is listed as one the best Southeastern Colleges for 2012.
Mercer’s Atlanta campus business school is also listed as one the best Southeastern business schools.
Mercer’s full time Master of Business Administrarion program is offered on the Atlanta campus while the part-time  Master of Business Administrarion program is offered on both the Macon and Atlanta campus.
The business school also offers a Professional Master of Business Administration program, an Executive Master of Business Administration program and a Master of Accountancy program.
A quick look at Mercer’s Princeton review profile shows a 100% employment rate for graduates in the Southern region for Mercer’s Atlanta campus.
Graduates are expected an average starting salary of about $86,000.
For those interested in Mercers business graduate programs, learn more by visiting www.mercer.edu/business.
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