The Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon is one of the nation's most outstanding business schools, according to several recently released publications ranking national and international programs.
Among the rankings, the August 16, 2005, edition of Forbes ranks the Lundquist College of Business's Oregon M.B.A. seventh best among M.B.A. programs having a total out-of-state tuition of $40,000 or less. It is the third consecutive biennium that Forbes ranked the Oregon M.B.A. program among the best in the nation for return on investment.
Meanwhile, the 2006 edition of The Princeton Review's Best 237 Business Schools, which evaluates accredited M.B.A. programs worldwide, rates the Lundquist College of Business seventh best for facilities. That publication, released October 4, 2005, lists the top ten schools in eleven categories based on student surveys and institutional data.
In other recent rankings, U.S.News & World Report's guide America's Best Colleges 2006, published in August 2005, places the Lundquist College of Business's undergraduate program among the best at public universities and in the top ten of all business schools on the West Coast. In addition, the guide ranks the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship sixteenth best in the nation.
Similarly, the April 2005 edition of U.S.News & World Report's America's Best Graduate Schools 2006 ranks the Oregon M.B.A. program in the top thirty-five for graduate-level business programs at public universities.
"The recent spate of rankings showcases how the Lundquist College of Business has solidified its position as one of the top business schools in the country," said Dean James C. Bean. "It's a step forward in our goal to be among the world's elite in business education and research."