Points of Pride
The Raj Soin College of Business is proud of its focus on academic excellence and student success. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to each student’s career progression and life-long learning process.
Accreditation - Our College has been continuously accredited by AACSB International since 1974 with additional accreditations in accountancy and MIS.
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Leading-edge Learning Environment - The College has received national awards for the Soin Trading Center, chosen as one of the top ten academic trading rooms in the U.S. by Bloomberg BusinessWeek Online. In addition, the renovation of Rike Hall was recognized for its interior design excellence by American School and Design.
Professional Excellence - Our faculty and staff challenge and inspire students to reach their highest potential. As a result, our accounting graduates consistently receive the highest pass rates on the Ohio CPA examination. Our finance graduates surpass the national pass rate on the Chartered Financial Analyst CFA ™ Level I examination. Many Human Resources graduates receive their Professional Human Resources certification after two years of professional experience.
National Recognition - In addition, to our international accreditations, the Raj Soin College of Business has been recognised by the U.S. News and World Report as a top 258 business school in the U.S. in 2011. The Princeton Review has selected our MBA program for inclusion in the Best 296 Business Schools in the nation for four years running from 2010 through 2013 and our part-time MBA program is ranked by Bloomberg BusinessWeek among the top MBA programs in the nation and one of only four ranked programs in Ohio.
Our students compete with the best in the nation in a variety of case competitions and come out on top. Wright State University is the only university in the nation to qualify for the Institute for Management Accountant’s final four national case competition for 15 years and the only university to qualify two teams for the final three times and win two first places in the same year.
Our students also excel in case competitions for management and ethics and professional associations such as the American Marketing Association (AMA), the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and Beta Alpha Psi, the national honor society for financial information professionals.
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Raj Soin College of Business Students compete with the best in the nation and consistently come out on top.
Here are just a few of the national case competitions where our students excel. To qualify for any of the following case competition teams, contact the faculty adviser for these award-winning teams.
Wright State accounting students have been selected for the 16th time to participate in the national case competition held at Institute for Management Accountants (IMA) annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Raj Soin College of Business students have chalked up another first and second place at the National Society for Advancement of Management Case Competition. By placing first, second or third in the nation for ten consecutive years, Wright State
Four Wright State University students earned third place in this year’s Deloitte Battle of Ohio case competition. Several Deloitte consulting professionals judged the competition.
The Wright State Human Resources Club continued the Club’s tradition of excellence by receiving another Superior Merit Award from the Society of Human Resources Management, the leading professional organization in the field.
Wright State celebrated its thirteenth final four placing case competition team at the annual IMA Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Once again, Wright State University managed to have a team reach the finals of the Student Case Competition held during the National Conference in Denver.
Each year the Raj Soin College of Business Department of Economics recognizes the most outstanding students. The 2009 award recipients are as follows. Hoa T.
Wright State 2009 Ethics Bowl Teams Places Fourth