Rollins Ranked in Top 10 for International Business Program
April 12, 2018
By Audrey St. Clair ’03
Rollins’ international business program takes the No. 9 spot in the U.S. and No. 1 in Florida.
Rollins’ international business program was recently ranked No. 9 out of 143 programs in the U.S. and No. 1 in Florida by College Factual. This leading source of college data analytics and insights is highly focused on outcomes, helping students discover the right college, major, and career through national rankings, matching technology, and in-depth college profiles.
“The business faculty and specifically the faculty teaching in the international business major are very honored by this national recognition,” says business professor Marc Fetscherin. “Since the creation of the INB major over 20 years ago, the faculty and administration have worked hard to establish a world-class, rigorous, and innovative program.”
Fewer than 5 percent of the more than 16,000 schools worldwide granting business degrees are accredited. The business department at Rollins is one of them.
“The international business major at Rollins blends the breadth of liberal arts courses with the depth of business courses,” says Fetscherin. “We require all students to do an international internship and have a global experience, which can consist of a Rollins field trip, a semester abroad, or an internship abroad.”
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