Spotlight: School of Business

Here’s Five Things You Need to Know about the School of Business!

1 The School of Business is an AACSB accredited school, an accreditation that only 5% of business schools worldwide have earned. Within that 5%, TCNJ is one of 50 that offers a program exclusively to undergraduate students.

2. In 2012 we were ranked by Business Week as one of the Top 100 Undergraduate Business Programs nationwide!

3. Our state-of-the-art Financial Learning Center provides students with access to the same market data, news and technology available to professional traders in financial institutions.

4. 98% of graduates from the Class of 2010 were employed within a year of graduation and the top five employers who hired them were PricewaterhouseCooper, Deloitte LLP, Bank of America, Ernst & Young and WithumSmith+Brown.

5. Related student organizations include the American Marketing Association, Financial Management Association, Society for Human Resource Management, Beta Alpha Psi and the Economics Club.

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Spotlight: School of Engineering

Each week we’ll be highlighting a different academic school here at The College of New Jersey, starting with the School of Engineering! Here are five things to know:


1. We have one! Although historically known as a liberal arts college TCNJ offers strong, competitive programs in several disciplines: biomedical, civil, computer and electrical, mechanical, management and technology.
2. We have one of the highest populations of women engineers in the country at 25%! In addition to ethnic and geographic di-versity our engineers have a variety of academic tracks, from dual degrees in education or business to preparing to go into law and medical school.
3. Nearly 100% of our engineering students place in either employment or graduate level studies within a year after graduation. You can find them at companies such as Boeing, PSE&G, IBM and Goldman Sachs or furthering their education on campuses such as Yale, Stanford, Johns Hopkins and the University of Pennsylvania.
4. We require our seniors to take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam in the spring. This past year the pass rate was 88%!
5. Current student projects range from alternative wind energy production to an autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle to a neonatal smart jacket!


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