In this list of the top ten schools for business students we will explore some exciting options for those of you looking to expand your education with a bachelor’s or graduate degree in business.
Business degrees are a great way to land a job or get a promotion at your current position. In business school you learn all the ins and outs of administration and entrepreneurship.
10. Bernard M Baruch College, CUNY
The Bernard M Baruch College at the City University of New York was founded in 1919 and is considered one of the top business schools in the country. Baruch was recently rated as the top choice for MBA classes (both full and part-time) by Zicklin.
9. Santa Clara University
SCU’s Leavey School of Business offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees online and in a classroom setting. Recently, Santa Clara was listed among the twenty-five schools for Silicon Valley hiring, making this a great option for those looking to break into the business end of the technology sector.
8. Georgia Institute of Technology
GIT’s Scheller College of Business was founded in the year 1912 and has consistently remained in the top thirty-five business schools according to its website. Scheller prides itself on balancing business knowledge with technical savvy to ensure that the knowledge passed down through its courses remains as relevant as possible. Evening and online courses are also offered.
7. Babson College
Babson College of Business is a dedicated business school located in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Babson offers full-time, evening and blended MBA programs at campuses in Wellesley, Boston, and San Francisco.
6. Cornell University
The SC Johnson School of Business offers degrees in business at the ungraduated, graduate and executive levels. What makes this program great is the number of concentrations offered at each level: fourteen at the undergraduate level, more than fifteen at the graduate level, and fourteen at the executive level.
5. University of Pennsylvania
The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania offers a wide variety of traditional business concentrations such as actuarial science and administration. They also offer a concentration in e-commerce.
The Anderson School of Business at UCLA offers undergraduate, MBA, Financial Engineering and Ph.D. degrees. Anderson offers a unique “fully employed” MBA program with a very flex schedule for those who are currently employed but looking to make a career change.
3. University of Virginia
The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business has a wonderful reputation for both its breadth and quality of courses. The Darden school is also home to the Institute for Business in Society, which researches the social and ethical implications of business practices.
2. Washington and Lee University
The Williams School at the Washington and Lee university is consistently ranked among the top business schools in U.S. New and World Report as well as several other rankings. This school offers concentrations in commerce, economics and politics.
1. University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business is a full-time program that offers an accelerated two-year MBA and an executive program. This is a great option for somebody who is looking fr a traditional, structures collegiate setting in which to earn a degree.
This list of the top schools for business students offers a plethora of options for those looking to continue their education at the undergrad, graduate or executive level. There is something for everyone for those looking to take online courses or flexible courses, as well as those seeking a more structured program. With option like these there’s no better time than now to consider furthering your education.
by Catalogs.com Info Guru Lauren DeJesus-Glasgow