The University of Georgia Terry College of Business department of management was recently ranked No. 8 business schools of 150 in the nation for research productivity in 2017.
The department was ranked second most productive for its faculty size, a press release from the business school’s website said.
As reported in The Red & Black, the Terry department of management also ranked No. 13 of 150 for the number of papers that were published within the last five years. The department was also considered third most productive when size was taken into account for this ranking.
“Publishing papers in the leading management journals directly speaks to the quality of research that our faculty are conducting,” said Robert Vandenberg, head of the department of management, in the press release.
According to the college’s department of management website, students can earn a bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree in management. Students also learn skills such as strategic management, organizational behavior and operations management.
The rankings were compiled by scholars from Texas A&M and UGA the same way for the last 15 years.
The respective departments are ranked based on articles published in eight different high-end management journals by department of management faculty from U.S. business schools.
In the press release, Vandenberg said the “collegiality and support” between students and faculty within that department leads to “remarkable” outcomes.
“The result is an unparalleled level of scholarship that is of interest to academics and informs business practices,” he said.
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