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Rankings and Recognition

  • NDSU’s Center for Professional Selling and Sales Technology recognized as a “Top University for Professional Sales Education” program in the Sales Education Foundation’s 2017 ANNUAL magazine.
  • The Sales Education Foundation named NDSU’s Center for Professional Selling and Sales Technology to its 2016 “Top Universities for Professional Sales Education” list of sales programs recognized for elevating the sales profession through university education.
  • NDSU’s College of Business ranked among the top 100 empirical supply chain research universities in 2016. The ranking was based on the Supply Chain Management Journal List, compiled by the SCM Congress.

Faculty

38 full-time faculty members • 5 lecturers

Six current faculty have been Eisele recipients.

Enrollment (Fall 2016)

Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,456


Average ACT composite score: 23

Average SAT composite score: 1094

Master's Enrollment: 69

CPA License Passage Rate

2016 BS graduates: 48.4% (52.5% first-time pass rate)
2016 MAcc graduates: 71.1% (80.8% first-time pass rate)

2015 BS graduates: 53.9% overall pass rate (64.8% first-time pass rate)
2015 MAcc graduates: 66.7% overall pass rate (75% first-time pass rate)

Alumni

The College of Business alumni network extends around the world and into almost every industry. Our 70,000+ alumni form an active and powerful global community that fosters lifelong professional and personal connections. (from FSU website- write something similar)

Career Center Placement Data (2016)

Degrees Issued Percentage Employed Average Reported Salary 
($1,000s)
Highest Reported Salary
($1,000s)
Accounting
81
97% 46 58
Business Administration 36 97% 51 75
Finance 55 91% 43 63
Management 51 97% 38 52
Management Information Systems 20 95% 54 60
Marketing 53 93% 48 65
College Totals 296 95% 46 75

Information from the  First Destination Employment Report

Student Demographics Summary

Business Majors' Race/Ethnicity & Gender by Academic Career and Year

Academic CareerRace/Ethnicity 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
UndergraduateWhite 1,008 1,001 1,048 1,050 1,062
Students of Color 157 161 142 138 155
Not Specified 37 25 24 24 15
GraduateWhite 62 67 56 48 67
Students of Color 22 26 24 19 19
Not Specified 9 < 5 < 5 < 5 < 5
UndergraduateFemale 429 427 453 437 451
Male 773 760 761 775 781
GraduateFemale 34 38 24 23 33
Male 59 59 58 46 56