Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics undergraduate program ranked highly in the recently released Specialty Rankings published by Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
Albers had three subjects in the top 10 in the nation: macroeconomics ranked fifth; and ethics and sustainability both seventh. Quantitative methods and microeconomics were in the top 25.
These Specialty Rankings demonstrate the continued strength of the undergraduate programs at Albers.
The school, home to more than 1,700 graduate and undergraduate students, offers undergraduate degrees in business and economics. In addition to the MBA for working professionals, the school also offers graduate degrees in finance, international business and accounting, as well as the Leadership and Health Leadership Executive MBAs.
An Albers education is values-centered and prepares students for ethical and socially responsible leadership. The undergraduate, MBA and LEMBA programs are all nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report. The MBA and undergraduate programs are also nationally ranked by BusinessWeek. Albers is accredited by AACSB International, a distinction earned by only 5 percent of business schools worldwide.
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