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  •  US News Ranks Part-Time MBA, academic specialties on 2014 list

    Tuesday, Mar. 12, 2013 9:35 AM

    Santa Clara University’s part-time MBA program rose to No. 24 in the recent U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools Guide 2014, the news organization announced today.  The annual classification ranked Santa Clara’s program at 41 last year.

    “The bright, ambitious individuals who work in Silicon Valley have discovered Santa Clara will help them build a career and a business, “ said S. Andrew Starbird, dean of the University’s Leavey School of Business.  “Our students know what U.S. News has just noted—Santa Clara’s blend of theory and practice is perfectly adapted to working professionals’ success in the Bay Area.”

    In addition, the US News guide placed SCU’s entrepreneurship specialty at No. 13. Interest in courses comprising the specialty has increased over the last few years, the Santa Clara graduate staff reports. This is the second time Santa Clara has appeared on the list of schools offering the specialization; the 2011 list ranked SCU at No. 16.

    The School's Executive MBA program placed no.19 on the new list, and the Finance specialty was ranked in 20th place.

    “This entrepreneurship ranking confirms our decision to introduce a new M.S. in Entrepreneurship degree last month,” said Elizabeth Ford, senior assistant dean for graduate programs. “Our faculty members connect Santa Clara’s curriculum to the practice of business in Silicon Valley, making SCU the ideal location to study entrepreneurship.”

    To compile the list, U.S. News surveyed business school deans and MBA program directors at 325 MBA programs, asking them to rank their peers on a 5-point scale. Eligibility for ranking was based on size (more than 20 enrolled part-time in Fall 2012) and accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). The specialty lists were created from nominations for excellence in a particular specialty, with those receiving the most mentions appearing on the list.

    Visit the U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools website here  (a subscription is required for access to the full guide)

     

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  •  OMIS Professor's Research Helps SEO

    Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013 12:00 AM

    OMIS Assistant Professor Ram Bala's research in sponsored seach and search engine optimization (SEO) analyzed small, unbranded internet retailers marketing strategies. He and his team found that investments in SEO may be helpful  and more cost-effective for smaller retailers competiting against larger, branded firms.

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