Butler University’s MBA program is one of 294 programs featured in the 2012 edition of The Princeton Review’s “Best Business Schools” guidebook. This is the seventh year the program has been included in this book.
This annual guide of top graduate business programs is based on data provided by the school and surveys from 19,000 business school students from the best AACSB-accredited MBA programs in the world.
When asked about the Butler MBA, students stressed the program’s experiential and hands-on curriculum. Many courses are taught by professors in conjunction with business leaders, and the case studies and problems students work on in class are often real-world business issues.
“Incorporation of practical business cases and scenarios in conjunction with the course work is a hallmark of the program,” one student explained.
“I love how the school works with local businesses to enhance experiential learning and to also provide a sort of ‘symbiotic’ relationship.” Students “help the businesses by offering solutions to their current problems, and they also help us learn by providing us with actual business problems,” added another student.
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