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Best Undergrad Business Schools

Quiksilver2007Quiksilver2007 Registered User Posts: 195 Junior Member
edited July 2006 in Business School - MBA
What are some of the best undergrad business schools & why?
Post edited by Quiksilver2007 on

Replies to: Best Undergrad Business Schools

  • brand_182brand_182 Registered User Posts: 7,589 Senior Member
    Wharton...b/c it's miles above the competitors...gives its students access to incredible people and opportunities and you are set for life if you get in :)

    Ross, Stern, McIntire, McCombs (honors program, the regular program is quite a few notches down), Haas.

    Those are the names that usually come to mind, although there are many more.
  • liangshengtmliangshengtm Registered User Posts: 741 Member
    I just don understand why other top LACs don open up UD business schools, since there are so many demands
  • brand_182brand_182 Registered User Posts: 7,589 Senior Member
    b/c they're called "liberal arts" schools. It's the same deal for many of the top ranking schools in the nation that don't offer an undergraduate business program. Just do econ if you want to go to NW/Harvard/etc.

    To LACs and many top schools, I think the point of the undergrad experience is to study what you want and broaden your interests instead of being tied down to a business major, which sucks out your soul. I should know...I am one. :)
  • nephilimnephilim Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
    MIT Sloan (aka course 15) should be on the list.
  • chickenlordchickenlord Registered User Posts: 61 Junior Member
    Generally, Wharton is considered the best for undergrad. Despite this, Ross, Haas, and Sloan are not far behind, with Ross and Sloan beating Wharton in such fields as management and others.

    So, Haas, Sloan, Wharton, and Ross are the best undergrad b-schools.
  • futurenyustudentfuturenyustudent Registered User Posts: 5,366 Senior Member
    Wharton, Stern, Ross, etc. etc.

    Babson for entrepreneurship
  • iv4meiv4me Registered User Posts: 236 Junior Member
    Screw the rankings, Wharton IS miles ahead of everyone.
  • KING IS HEREKING IS HERE Registered User Posts: 426 Member
    Wharton #1

    Stern, Hass, Ross, Sloan etc are fine B-schools fro undergrad but WHARTON IS #1
  • MUnitedMUnited Registered User Posts: 535 Member
    Cornell AEM which was created just a few years ago will most likely shoot up the rankings ladder
  • liangshengtmliangshengtm Registered User Posts: 741 Member
    but AEM s acceptance rate is low, for business, only 16%, thats almost as hard as wharton since there class size is so small
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