George Washington VS. American

<p> i'm not really new because i've been lurking here for quite some time, but this is my first post. </p>

<p>Anyways, i'm going into int'l business, and was wondering which of the two schools is the better choice? I'm torn between the two, and hopefully someone can help me out =) </p>



<p>GW has a strong International Business program, which makes sense due to its location. Here's The US news ranking if you haven't seen it already:
"1. Univ. of South Carolina @ Columbia (Moore)
2. New York University (Stern)
3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
4. University of Michigan @ Ann Arbor
5. University of California @ Berkeley (Haas)
6. University of Texas @ Austin (McCombs)
7. San Diego State University
8. Univ. of Southern California (Marshall)
9. Florida International University
10. Georgetown University (McDonough) (DC)
11. University of Hawaii @ Manoa
12. Univ. of Missouri St. Louis
13. Indiana University @ Bloomington (Kelley)
14. Univ. of Wisconsin @ Madison
15. University of Washington
16. George Washington University (DC)
17. Northeastern University (MA)
18. Temple University (Fox) (PA)
19. U. of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)
20. Washington State University
21. University of Oklahoma (Price)
22. Babson College (MA)
23. Michigan State University (Broad)
24. University of Virginia (McIntire)
25. Pennsylvania State U. @ University Park (Smeal) "</p>

<p>GW has a good reputation, as does AU. Just visit both campuses and see what you like about each.</p>

<p>along the gw v. american lines...</p>

<p>i didn't apply for intl business, but for business admin. i can't decide between the two. the only difference i really see between the schools as far as business admin goes is location. is location worth 10K? i mean, paying for it isn't the issue, it's more the principle of it. i can't seem to justify making my parents spend an extra 40K. what do you think?</p>