Poets&Quants Names FSC's Barney Barnett School of Business A Top Undergraduate Program
Feb 8, 2024
Poets&Quants for Undergrads, a leading online publication for undergraduate business education news, ranks Florida Southern College’s Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise at No. 42 on its list of the Best Undergraduate Business Schools of 2024.
This is the College’s highest ranking in the six years that FSC has made the list. FSC debuted at No. 83 in 2019 and was ranked No.44 last year. Florida Southern is one of only three schools in Florida to be included in this year’s rankings and is the second highest-ranking private institution in the state.
“It is an honor to be ranked among the best business schools in the nation, which further affirms that our faculty are committed to excellence,” said Dr. Michael Weber, Dean of FSC’s Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise. “Our inclusion on this prestigious list is validation of our program quality by industry experts.”
Considered the most comprehensive assessment of undergraduate business programs, Poets&Quants ranks schools using admissions standards, career outcomes, and firsthand student experiences. This year,Poets & Quants surveyed students from the Class of 2021, or those graduating between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021, on aspects of faculty availability, extracurricular opportunities, and accessibility of the alumni network.
The exceptional preparation FSC graduates receive is not only noted by guidebooks such as Poets&Quants, U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and Colleges of Distinction but is also accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Less than five percent of the world's business programs hold this prestigious accreditation and those that do produce highly skilled graduates and more desirable graduates in the job market. The Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise appeals to future business leaders with the highly personalized, hands-on opportunities the faculty provide.
View the full article from Poets&Quants For Undergrads here.