Honors News: August 24, 2015

Princeton Review’s “Great Schools for…Business, Engineering”

Each year, The Princeton Review analyzes the number of students by major in more than 2,000 colleges and consults with in-house admissions experts to come up with a series of “Great Schools for…”, well, 20 of the most popular majors.

Today, we will list the public universities on two of the 20 lists: Business/Finance and Engineering. All schools will be listed in alpha order. In the case of Engineering, it is noteworthy that Michigan Tech and the Missouri University of Science and Technology, neither as well known as flagship and land-grant schools, both made the list.

Business/Finance

Arizona State

Cal State–Stanislaus

Christopher Newport

City University of NY–Baruch and Brooklyn

Florida State

Indiana

Iowa State

Miami Ohio

Ohio University

Portland State

Arkansas

UC Berkeley

UCLA

Florida

Houston

Illinois

Michigan

UT Austin

UT Dallas

Virginia

Engineering

Georgia Tech

Michigan Tech

Missouri Univ of Science and Tech

Montana Tech of Univ of Montana

Penn State

Purdue

Texas A&M

UC Berkeley

UCLA

UT Austin

UW Madison

Virginia Tech

Honors News is a regular (not always daily) update, in brief, of recent news from honors colleges/programs and from the world of higher ed. Occasionally, a bit of opinion enters the discussion. These brief posts are by John Willingham, unless otherwise noted.

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