The financial world may be on its ear, but undergraduate business schools are booming as increasing numbers of quality high school grads drive up standards and B-school grads command more on the employment market. Here are the 10 best, as ranked by Business Week:
- Pennsylvania (Wharton): Can be too competitive.
- Virginia (McIntire): Intense workload.
- Notre Dame (Mendoza): Ethics focus draws raves.
- MIT (Sloan): Quality student body, good recruiting.
- Emory (Goizueta): Too regional in appeal.
- Michigan (Ross): Job-placement focus is strong.
- NYU (Stern): Center of financial world.
- Brigham Young (Marriott): Too parochial for some.
- Texas (McCombs): Uneven educational quality.
- Indiana (Kelley): Facilities need upgrade.