What can you do with a FSU business degree?
A. Become the youngest general manager in the NFL
B. Be president of the Walt Disney World Resort, the most magical place on Earth
C. Work at the companies that define the financial world
D. Market an energy drink company
E. Become president of Starbucks Asia Pacific
F. Work at any of the four biggest accounting firms
G. Anything and everything
When you look at it this way, maybe the question is really:
What can’t you do with an FSU business degree?
Each day the FSU College of Business continues to educate the future leaders and professionals of the world, all 6,000 of them. The 100 full-time faculty members—including one Francis Eppes professor, eights endowed chairs, 26 endowed professorships and three university-named professorships—provide an international perspective to their individual attention approach.
Despite the College’s young age and vast size, it is recognized as one of the premier business schools in the country. U.S. News & World Report ranks the undergraduate program 35th among public institutions in the nation. The College is ranked No. 18 in granting business degrees to Hispanics and No. 27 to African-Americans according to Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
The departments within the College are following the ranking trend with top-notch numbers of their own:
- The Risk Management/Insurance Program is ranked No. 6 among public institutions and No. 8 in the nation (U.S. News & World Report).
- The Real Estate Program is ranked No. 9 among public institutions and No. 12 in the nation (U.S. News & World Report).
- The marketing faculty are ranked No. 5 by the Chronicle of Higher Education in terms of scholarly production according to a Faculty Productivity Index.
- The Management Department is ranked No. 4 in the nation for the impact of its faculty’s research by Thomas Reuter’s Science Watch.
- James Ang, Bank of America Eminent Scholar and Professor of Finance, is ranked the 14th most prolific author in the 26 core finance journals and No. 30 in the seven leading finance journals.
- According to the annual Public Accounting Report, the College’s undergraduate accounting program is ranked No. 24, the graduate program is ranked No. 19 and the doctoral program is ranked at No. 23 (2008).
Founded in 1950, the College offers eight undergraduate degrees (BS, BA) with 10 majors, five master’s degree programs (MBA, MSF, MSM, MS in MIS and MAcc) and seven majors at the doctoral level (Ph.D.). These academic majors are available through the College’s five departments: Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Risk Management/Insurance, Real Estate and Business Law.
For more information about the Florida State University College of Business, please visit our Web site at www.cob.fsu.edu.
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