Bloomberg BusinessWeek Ranks School’s Undergraduate Business Program among Nation’s Best at No. 31
April 19, 2016
The School’s undergraduate business program was ranked No. 31 by Bloomberg BusinessWeek in its ranking of the nation’s “Best Undergraduate Business Schools,” released April 19.
The ranking is based on feedback from recruiters who hire business school graduates; students’ own ratings of the campus, career services and faculty and administrators; starting salary for graduating seniors; and the percentage of students with internships.
Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s ranking methodology was revised from previous years to place more emphasis on the career path for students. The School of Business scored most highly in those areas – coming in at No. 13 for the measure on how well schools prepare students for jobs and No. 18 in the starting salary category.
With 13 business majors, the School of Business Administration offers courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA). The innovative curriculum takes on a global perspective with hands-on real-world learning from day one, providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today's increasingly competitive economy.