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Rollins Ranked No. 2 Undergraduate Business Program in Florida

February 19, 2019

By Audrey St. Clair ’03

Rollins business management students in class.
Photo by Scott Cook.

College Choice recently ranked Rollins’ undergraduate business programs among the best in Florida.

Rollins’ undergraduate business programs—which include business management, international business, and social entrepreneurship—were recently ranked No. 2 in Florida by College Choice.

This leading source of college data analytics and insights aggregates data from U.S. News & World Report, the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, PayScale.com, and the National Center for Education Statistics. The company then analyzes their findings based on the five factors that matter most to the broadest array of students, which includes quality, reputation, affordability, value, and satisfaction.

College Choice specifically recognized Rollins for its stature as a leader in study abroad programs, the 3/2 Accelerated Management Program that allows students to complete a bachelor’s degree and an MBA within five years, and the College’s AACSB accreditation, which is the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. 

“The experiential learning environment provided by the Rollins business program fostered skills that gave me a unique advantage in the workplace,” says Cortlandt Dunn ’16, a product growth analyst at Facebook. “Entering the workforce with the ability to synthesize complex information, apply research methodologies, and communicate solutions to leadership teams positioned me to excel within a Fortune 500 company.”

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