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An unprecedented ranking for Albers

Written by Mike Thee
March 5, 2010

The 2010 BusinessWeek undergraduate program ranking lists the Albers School of Business and Economics as number 46 in the nation. It’s the highest undergraduate ranking the school has ever had. Last fall, Albers was ranked among the top 25 part-time MBA programs in the country.

“We are really pleased to first have our Part-time MBA program ranked 25th in the nation and now our undergraduate program 46th by BusinessWeek,” said Dean Joe Phillips. “These reflect the hard work of our talented faculty and staff who are so dedicated to the success of their students. The BusinessWeek rankings are also further evidence of the rising reputation of Seattle University for academic excellence and service to society.”

The latest BusinessWeek rankings included other great news for Albers. The school is also ranked:

  • in the top 25 among private universities;
  • number seven in the West;
  • fifth among private schools in the West; and
  • number two in the Northwest as the only Northwest private school ranked.

In addition, the faculty of Albers received an “A” rating from its students, and recruiters rank the school number one in the nation.