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The master’s of business administration program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is included in the 2016 edition of the Princeton Review’s “Best 295 Business Schools.”

The B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration’s MBA program was cited in the popular guidebook published by Random House/Princeton Review.

The “Best 295 Business Schools” doesn’t include a hierarchical list from 1 to 295, and no school is ranked best overall. Instead, it contains 11 lists that rank the top 10 business schools in various categories.

It also includes two-page profiles of each of the schools that are based, in part, on institutional data that it collects, and surveys of over 22,000 students. The profiles contain information about admissions, academics, financial aid, and campus life.

UL Lafayette’s master’s of business administration program was cited specifically, for its “challenging and relevant” curriculum and “knowledgeable” and “talented” faculty.

According to the guidebook, the MBA program also provides flexible scheduling that “makes it a justifiably popular choice” for both “students who work full-time jobs” and “ambitious local professionals.”

Learn more about the “Best 295 Business Schools” college guidebook at   http://www.princetonreview.com/business-school-rankings/best-business-sc...

The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University.

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