YOUR LIST: Top Schools That Offer BBA

<p>Which colleges (that offer a Bachelor's in Business Administration), are on your list (that you would be happy to send your child to, or happy to go to)?</p>

<p>Feel free to elaborate why the college(s) is/are your top choice(s). I look forward to hearing what you have to say.</p>

<p>U Dayton has a very nice program which specializes in Entrepreneurship. Nice Campus as well.</p>

<p>Michigan (Ross) has one of the best BBA programs in the nation. It is located in the cosmopolitan city of Ann Arbor, which has many resources available to Ross students. Many companies and alumni recruit students from Ross. It is a very prestigious program. Few campuses rival the University of Michigan. Over 1000+ students organizations, the new Ross School of Business building, D1 sports [ Big House] - The largest stadium in the U.S. and a plethora of other student activities.</p>

<p>Does this student prefer rural or urban, large or small, a particular geographic location, good financial aid, study abroad program in business, mentor program, internship availability and the possibility of merit scholarships?</p>

<p>There is a spectrum of undergraduate business schools, but it is difficult to recommend a university without knowing a bit more about the student's preferences.</p>

<p>Sorry, forgot about this post. The ideal college would be located on the East (anywhere from Maine to Florida), and part of a private institution. No aid or scholarships would be needed. Thanks for your help. I will remember to check back on this post (I bookmarked it this time :] ).</p>

<p>I wouldn't exclude schools that don't offer BBAs (such as Harvard!). To be really marketable, I'd aim at eventually earning an MBA. Then you could use the undergraduate experience to develop broad areas of skills and insight rather than focusing on a single, narrow preprofessional track.</p>

<p>Wharton
MIT
CMU
NYU
UVA
UNC</p>

<p>^^^^and Michigan. It seems Redroses doesn't know much about U-M or Ann Arbor. Also Berkeley. Both schools are considered top 5-6 for a BBA.</p>

<p>Last I looked, neither was on the E Coast.</p>

<p>^^^Missed that part, as well as the request of being a private school.</p>

<p>What do you guys think of Newbury College? It's in a nice town, Brookline, MA, and everything seems perfect, except I'd be missing the college experience :(
I can't see myself making any lifelong friends there or meeting my potential significant other/having a LTR. Apparently, 90% of the students there receive financial aid, and the school was on some sort of "watch list" for bankruptcy...?
God, I'll be so glad when this whole process is all over.</p>

<p>Wharton, Sloan, Haas, Ross and Stern.</p>

<p>As explained by Red Roses, Ross isn't east coast.</p>