Best Undergrad Biz Schools

Wharton keeps the top spot for undergraduate business education
By Jim O'Neill,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 1, 2008 6:10 PM CST
Best Undergrad Biz Schools
The University of Michigan's business school was ranked sixth best in the nation by Business Week.

The financial world may be on its ear, but undergraduate business schools are booming as increasing numbers of quality high school grads drive up standards and B-school grads command more on the employment market. Here are the 10 best, as ranked by Business Week:

  1. Pennsylvania (Wharton): Can be too competitive.
  2. Virginia (McIntire): Intense workload.
  3. Notre Dame (Mendoza): Ethics focus draws raves.

  1. MIT (Sloan): Quality student body, good recruiting.
  2. Emory (Goizueta): Too regional in appeal.
  3. Michigan (Ross): Job-placement focus is strong.
  4. NYU (Stern): Center of financial world.
  5. Brigham Young (Marriott): Too parochial for some.
  6. Texas (McCombs): Uneven educational quality.
  7. Indiana (Kelley): Facilities need upgrade.
(Read more business school stories.)

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