SUNY Oswego’s Online MBA Programs Gain Additional National Recognition | News

OSWEGO – Building on a track record of success, SUNY Oswego’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program recently earned more distinguished national recognition through the Princeton Review and specialist MBA site Poets and Quants.

Princeton Review named SUNY Oswego one of the Top 50 Online MBA Programs for 2021—New York State’s highest-ranked public institution on this list—as well as the Best Business Schools for 2022: Programs on-campus MBA.

Oswego ranked first among public institutions in New York State and 41st nationally in Princeton Review, making it one of the best stocks on the list. Only two schools higher in the rankings had lower tuition and fees than Oswego.

Poets and Quants also continued to have a high opinion of the Oswego Online MBA, ranking the college #33 overall and also the top public institution in the state.

Poets and Quants is considered an influencer in the field with “the largest team of journalists covering business schools,” according to its website, and “publishes more articles, series, and videos about MBA programs and management education than any other medium in the world. .”

“The success of our MBA program is based on the outstanding faculty in our program, the expert support we provide MBA students, and the collaborative effort among many departments on campus to serve our faculty and students,” said said Irene Scruton, director of MBA programs and associate dean of the School of Business.

“The rankings typically reflect, among other things, the dedication of faculty and professionals who mentor students, especially those with thriving careers, through the demanding academic journey to success,” said Prabakar Kothandaraman, Dean of SUNY Oswego’s School of Business. “Our MBA students have the opportunity to learn from people who do research in the fields they teach and who are constantly innovating in the classroom.”

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Additionally, noted Kothandaraman, students enrolled in the Oswego MBA regularly achieve job success through their education.

A recent survey revealed that one-third of Oswego students in the MBA program have been promoted while taking courses.

“Our MBA students have more opportunities within their organizations because their managers reach out to them regularly to leverage their MBA learnings in solving day-to-day business problems,” Kothandaraman said.

“The school set out to be the most industry-connected business school with a hands-on curriculum,” Kothandaraman said. “We intentionally brought together faculty and industry experts to provide our students with a cutting-edge and contemporary curriculum. This means that our students are well placed to tackle real business issues in their respective careers. The rankings also capture their feedback on this important aspect.

Understanding the specific needs of working professionals to advance their careers is a significant strength, Scruton said, as Oswego’s program has higher retention rates than the average for national online programs.

“These rankings provide further support that SUNY Oswego’s national reputation continues to grow,” said Kristen Eichhorn, Dean of Graduate Studies at SUNY Oswego. “Our commitment to reducing barriers in the admissions process, positive student experience, and alumni success continue to drive academic excellence.”

The ranking also recognizes “the hard work that our faculty and staff have put into not just our MBA programs, but the institution as a whole,” Eichhorn added. “Graduating students truly benefit from the high quality experience we provide at SUNY Oswego.”

Princeton Review’s online MBA rankings are based on both school data and student opinions from approximately 18,900 students enrolled in these programs.

For all of Princeton Review’s business school rankings, visit

For more information on Poets and Quants rankings and articles, visit Oswego’s online MBA program also receives high annual recognition from US News and World Report and other services.

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