Best Undregraduate Business School.

<p>I will apply to those school. Can you guys list them in order? best as in first. Best as in salary, jobs, and chance to get in MBA program.</p>

cal poly pomona</p>

<p>You pretty much already listed them first to last except for maybe USC is ahead of UCLA due to a very strong "Trojan" family networks for business. CSUF is ahead of UCR--maybe?</p>

<p>USC if you plan on staying in SoCal only. UCLA is known more nationally.</p>

<p>and statistics show that Cal Poly grads have some of the highest salaries with just a bachelors in a lot of different disciplines, both slo and pomona. </p>

<p>Companies know that Poly students are trained to enter the workforce running.</p>

<p>Add UCSB and UCSD to the list.</p>

<p>Ironically, no one brings up Stanford or Claremont McKenna when talking about the "best".</p>

<p>^^I think OP was talking about only the ones on the list</p>

<p>^^I think OP was talking about only the ones on the list</p>

<p>MBA programs do not have any undergraduate major prerequisite. I.e. you do not have to do a bachelor's degree in business to do an MBA.</p>

<p>Unfortunately, only Berkeley and Cal Poly SLO have detailed enough (by major) career surveys so that you can see what bachelor's degree graduates in business from those schools are doing.</p>

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<p>^ I think it's funny how the average starting salary for alumni who responded was $10,000 greater for Applied Math graduates than for Haas graduates.</p>

<p>Uci is better than ucr for business?</p>

<p>^^Hell yes.</p>

<p>10 char</p>

<p>@briceis, which major are you applying to?</p>