Rutgers Business School’s master of accountancy in governmental accounting and master of science in supply chain management programs ranked No. 14 among the nation’s online graduate programs, according to the latest list of best online graduate programs compiled by U.S. News & World Report. The two specialty masters programs moved Rutgers Business School into the online learning space, and there are plans to expand its presence there: An online MBA program is scheduled to launch in the fall of 2017. More ›
The financial aid initiative will make college more affordable for wide swaths of New Jersey students, especially residents of Newark, those transferring from county colleges, and those with great potential to make an impact on the world. More ›
In an article that will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Washington University Law Review, Professor Jay Soled and his co-author Kathleen Delaney Thomas explain how these lavish perks enjoyed by some U.S. business owners, executives and professionals cost the nation billions in lost tax revenues. In some cases, employers are also using them to minimize their payroll tax obligations. More ›
Johnny Torrance-Nesbitt transferred to Rutgers graduate business school from the University of Michigan, turning down acceptances at UCLA, USC, Northwestern and Arizona. At Rutgers, he received full graduate school funding through a Ralph Bunche fellowship. While at Rutgers Business School, Torrance-Nesbitt interned at a New York City executing recruiting firm in between day classes and over the summer months.
At RBS – Newark, Torrance-Nesbitt concentrated in finance and management at RBS under Professors Nancy DiTomaso, Jim Bicksler, and Paul Nadler. He finished in spring 1988. More ›
Rutgers Business School and the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) announced the formation of the Rutgers AICPA Data Analytics Research Initiative ("the Initiative"). The Initiative, cosponsored by the AICPA and CPA Canada, will facilitate the further integration of data analytics into the audit process, and demonstrate through research how this can lead to advancements in the public accounting profession. More ›
Rutgers Business School is inviting students from New Jersey's seven largest county colleges to participate in a new case competition on April 1.
The event is open to students of any major attending...