CSUF Business School Popular for Minority Students – OC Register

One of the many things that I think separates Cal State Fullerton from most every other school is the amount of diversity that I see in every class. And here’s an article from the OC Register confirming that (read full article here):

More than 2,500 Asian students and 2,800 Hispanic students — making up nearly 60 percent of the college’s enrollment — studied in CSUF Mihaylo College of Business and Economics in the Spring 2017 semester.

This year, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education ranked CSUF No. 1 nationally in producing Asian and Hispanic graduates in business administration, management and operations. Hispanic Outlook in Education ranked CSUF No. 6 nationally in producing Hispanic graduates in business management/marketing….

Many international students also come from Asia, with CSUF having a student exchange agreement with universities in China, Vietnam and other Asian countries.

Anh Le, a fourth-year student in business administration, came from Vietnam six months ago. He had heard friends talking about CSUF and its business school.

He plans to study entrepreneurship as well and go back to Vietnam to start a business. He said he needs a lot of help, but CSUF’s tutoring center has been very good for him.

“So far, so good,” he said.


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