Business School ranks in top 100 in the world for research

SCU faculty is commended for balancing their outstanding scholarship with excellent teaching.

In a business school research rankings conducted by the University of Texas at Dallas, Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business was included in the top 100 universities in the world for research. The “UTD Top 100 World Wide Rankings of Business Schools based on Research Contribution 2000-2004” ranked the quality of universities research based on the bibliometric method, which involves choosing some high quality and representative journals as well as citation indexes to determine the rankings of the universities.

“Santa Clara University’s business faculty are truly among the world’s best scholars, as indicated by this ranking,” said Barry Z. Posner, dean of the Leavey School of Business. “It is a remarkable achievement in that SCU’s business school is the only one listed that doesn’t have a Ph.D. program, where research is the primary focus. What’s even more remarkable is that SCU faculty balance their outstanding scholarship with excellent teaching. Our faculty create knowledge in their research and create scholars in their classrooms.”

For more information on the rankings, visit http://citm.utdallas.edu/utdrankings/.

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