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Undergraduate Business Rankings

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  • UntiltedUntilted Registered User Posts: 1,980 Senior Member
    i feel so bad about my school [McIntire] now, three years ago, it was in top 5, now.....not only the rank dropped, the peer-accessment score also dropped. i want to cuss really loud!!!!!!! :(

    I will make it a top 5 program again in 4 years.............

    still i think the ranking crap changes a lot every year, big ibanks know where the useful people are and have a list of "traditionally" great schools to recruit from.......well, hopefully, they do...

    Alexandre, say, uh, if Uva's atmosphere doesn't appeal to me and I really want to get out of that place, and say if i transfer. would you suggest me to transfer to UMich (would that be hard since i got accepted to honors as freshman and turned them down) or should i transfer to HYPrincetonPenn?
  • AlexandreAlexandre Registered User Posts: 24,617 Senior Member
    Untilted, McIntire is awesome. Don't pay attention to that ranking. UVA is on par with Haas, Ross, Sloan and Stern. And how can you not like the atmosphere at UVA? It is amazing!

    Anyway, to answer your question, it is hard to tell you where you should transfer. If you want to major in Business, Wharton should probably be your first choice. Ross would probably be your second best option. IF you do not mind majoring in Economics, I would go for Stanford or Harvard.
  • aca0260aca0260 Registered User Posts: 693 Member
    im a little confused about american business degrees. In canada, they receive different degrees than the arts and science kids but a school like cornell has its biz program in the arts and science department.

    Doesnt harvard have a management program? Why isnt it in that ranking?
  • a-bomba-bomb Registered User Posts: 496 Member
    Harvard doesn't have a management program at the undergraduate level
  • RATMRATM Registered User Posts: 163 Junior Member
    Bizz Major- Does the list for entreprenuership only extend to 5 colleges? I'd be great if there was a longer list.
  • AlexandreAlexandre Registered User Posts: 24,617 Senior Member
    Here you go. The top 20 undergraduate programs for Entrepreneurship.

    #1 Babson College
    #2 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
    #3 University of Southern Califiornia (Marshall)
    #4 Ball State University
    #5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)
    #6 University of Texas-Austin (McCombs)
    #7 Indiana University-Bloomington (Kelley)
    #8 University of California-Berkeley (Haas)
    #9 University of Arizona (Eller)
    #10 Baylor University (Hankamer)
    #10 New York University (Stern)
    #12 University of Colorado-Bouler
    #12 University of Maryland-College Park (Smith)
    #14 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (Ross)
    #14 Wake Forest University (Calloway)
    #16 University of Oregon (Lundquist)
    #17 University of Illinois-Chicago
    #17 University of Notre Dame
    #19 University of Washington
    #20 Carnegie Mellon University
    #20 University of Virginia (McIntire)
  • RATMRATM Registered User Posts: 163 Junior Member
    Thanks Alexandre...really appreciate it
  • bestmilerbestmiler Registered User Posts: 155 Junior Member
    thanks a lot Alexandre...looking for this for a while
  • Duke10JFGDuke10JFG Registered User Posts: 53 Junior Member
    I'm shocked not to see Elon University on either of those lists...
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