Saunders College of Business
|E. Philip Saunders College of Business|
|Dean||Jacqueline R. Mozrall, Ph.D.|
|Postgraduates||293 MBA and MS|
|Location||Rochester, New York, USA
Saunders College of Business (or SCB) (formerly known as The E. Philip Saunders College of Business) is the business school at Rochester Institute of Technology. In 1952, RIT acquired the McKechnie-Lunger School of Commerce in Rochester, which was renamed after E. Philip Saunders in 2006. As of winter quarter 2007, Saunders College of Business encompasses 7% of RIT's enrollment, or around 1,000 students. The college's dean is Jacqueline R. Mozrall.
- 1 Mission statement
- 2 Research facilities
- 3 Rankings and Recognitions
- 4 Graduate programs
- 5 See also
- 6 References
- 7 External links
We elevate students to make immediate and enduring contributions to organizations and the world through career-oriented experiences and our teaching and research, which integrate business, technology, and design thinking.
Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Albert J. Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship was established in 2007. It was named for Albert J. Simone, 8th president of RIT, in recognition of his contribution to academics and strong support of local business. The Albert J. Simone Center was recognized by BusinessWeek as one of the "Top Innovation & Design School" programs in the world for graduating the innovators companies hunger for.
Center for Urban Entrepreneurship
The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship (CUE) is located in the heart of the downtown business district at 40 Franklin Street (the historic Rochester Savings Bank).
Technology Management Center
The Technology Management Center focuses on three primary areas: information technology management, new product development, and science and technology policy. The center does basic and applied research and develops new teaching material in the area of Technology Innovation.
Institute for Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
The mission of the Institute for Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility supports research and teaching at Saunders and focuses on the interdependent relationship between business and society.
Rankings and Recognitions
For five consecutive years, Saunders College of Business undergraduate programs have ranked in the top 5% of all U.S. business schools, according to U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Colleges from 2004-2011. The college also placed #58 in BusinessWeek's third annual rankings of top undergraduate business programs. Saunders College of Business also has an "outstanding graduate business school," according to The Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company has selected the school for inclusion in the 2008 edition of its book, "Best 290 Business Schools". In the U.S. News 2011 ranking, Saunders College is tied for #67 among best graduate business programs. Both undergraduate and graduate programs are accredited by AACSB International.
Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
- MBA - Accelerated 4+1 (one-year option for business undergraduate students)
- MBA - Fast Track (one-year option for non-business undergraduates students)
- MBA - Full Time
- MBA - Part Time
- MBA - Accounting
- Executive MBA, on campus (EMBA)
- Executive MBA, online (OLEMBA)
Master of Science (MS)
- Computational Finance
- Entrepreneurship and Innovative Ventures
- Management - Global Management and Supply Chain Management
- Management - Product and Service Development
- Management - Leadership
- "The Year in Review: RIT by the numbers" (PDF). Rochester Institute of Technology. Retrieved 2008-04-03.
- "Professor Jacqueline R. Mozrall Named Dean of RIT's Saunders College of Business". Rochester Institute of Technology. Retrieved 2015-04-06.
- "Recognition - Saunders College of Business :: RIT". E. Philip Saunders College of Business. Retrieved 2008-09-09.
- Princeton Review. Best 290 Business Schools, 2008 Edition (Graduate School Admissions Guides). ISBN 978-0-375-76627-5.
- "Rochester Institute of Tech, E. Philip Saunders College of Business at RIT".