Temple’s Fox School of Business is known for its award winning programs and top rankings, and this year they’ve climbed even higher. Fox is now
ranked among the top 50 business schools in the nation.
U.S. News and World Report places Fox at number 48, a 13 spot jump from last year, and the school’s highest ranking yet.
The new spot also puts the school in the top 10% of all undergraduate business programs in the country.
Fox School Dean Moshe Porat said the rankings are something to be proud of. “The Fox School continues to ascend the rankings of prestigious publication like U.S. News,” he said. “It’s a tremendous accomplishment to have been ranked among the top 50 business schools in the country, and it serves as testament to the quality of our programs.”
Some individual programs within the school have earned even higher rankings. Fox’s Risk Management and Insurance, International Business and Administration, and Management Information Systems programs have all earned spots in the top 15 for the fourth year in a row..
The business school is no stranger to high rankings. In 2015 its entrepreneurship programs were among the top 25 in the nation, and the school was recently given the number one spot for best Online MBA program for the second straight year.
The goal is to continue enhancing the programs for the good of the students. “Our innovative approach to business education is at the core of the Fox School story,” said Fox Vice Dean Debbie Campbell. “This ranking only helps to reinforce and validate our pursuit of continual improvement.”