Binghamton University School of Management
|Location||Binghamton, New York, USA|
Binghamton University School of Management is the business school of Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York, one of five professional schools on campus. The School of Management offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in management, finance, information science, marketing and accounting. Upinder Dhillon oversees the school as dean and Koffman Scholar of Finance. It is accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
History of SOM
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Admission to SOM
The procedure for candidates applying for admission is essentially the same as for other students applying for admission to the university. It is the most selective professional school at Binghamton University. For the class of 2013, a total of 5,194 students applied, of which 24% were accepted with an average SAT score of 1346/1600.
Undergraduate Business Program
The total number of undergraduate students at the Binghamton University SOM is 1,473 (with 24% admission rate) and the number of students who graduate from the business program within six years of admission to the university is at 84%. The two undergraduate programs offered are BS in Accounting and BS in Management. Concentrations available for BS in Management majors include Consulting and Leadership, Finance, Financial Engineering, Marketing, Management Information Systems, Global Management, and Supply Chain Management.
In 2014, Businessweek ranked BU SOM 23rd amoung undergrad public business schools and 54th among all undergrad business schools. Binghamton's undergraduate business school (SOM) was 'unranked', and its graduate business school was given 'rank not published' by the US News and World Report. Binghamton University as a whole was named America's #4 "Best Value Public" college by The Princeton Review 2012.
Graduate Business Program
Concentrations available for MBA students include Business Analytics, Finance, Leadership Studies, Supply Chain Management, Management Information Systems, and Marketing. PhD students can choose concentrations in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Organizational behavior/Leadership studies, and Supply chain management.
- Karl Ravech, an American journalist who currently works as the primary Baseball Tonight host for ESPN, received an MBA with concentration in Management and Leadership from Binghamton University in 1990.
- Chandra Venugopal, Policy Creator, received a Doctoral Certification in Finance in 1991.
- Binghamton University - School of Management:Faculty
- Bloomberg Businessweek, Binghamton University School of Management, Undergraduate Profile
- Binghamton University School of Management - Undergraduate Programs
- Binghamton University School of Management - Career Services
- Binghamton University School of Management - Graduate Programs
- Binghamton University School of Management - Graduate:Doctoral Programs
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- "I know you have heard of these guys...". binghamton.edu. March 14, 2008. Retrieved October 3, 2011.