William Paterson University’s Cotsakos College of Business was included in the Princeton Review’s annual guide to graduate business schools.
This year marks the fifth consecutive year the college has been featured in the guide.
In order to be included in the guide, an institution must meet the Princeton Review’s criteria for academic excellence and allows its students to complete a survey. Students are asked questions about their career plans, the school’s academics, and campus life. Nearly 300 schools are included on the list.
According to survey results supplied by the university, students said professors are eager to engage them in challenging discussions and bring “valuable, real-world experience to the classroom.”
The Cotsakos College offers a master’s degree in business administration, with concentrations in accounting, finance, and marketing, and entrepreneurship.