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Simply having a business program matters very little for bank recruiting. Most feeders do not have a business program and yet get significant attention from banks. On a per capital basis Cornell's recruitment numbers are not as good as say Dartmouth. As an example, even Dartmouth's history majors do well in recruiting which goes to show that a lack of a business curriculum doesn't really mean much.