Following are the ranking profiles of Big Ten business schools:
Indiana University (Kelley)
- Kelley School of Business was founded in 1920.
- Ranked 5th for regional MBA programs by the Wall Street Journal in 2007.
- It offers undergraduate, MBA, master’s, and doctoral degrees.
- The Full-Time MBA is placed 22nd nationally in the U.S. News & World Report (2010).
Michigan State University (Broad)
- Eli Broad College of Business was founded in 1956.
- 63rd in the world and 34th in the US according to the Financial Times 2009 ranking of full-time MBA programs.
- Undergraduate Specializations include Entrepreneurship, Information Technology, International Business, and Sales Communication.
Northwestern University (Kellogg)
- Kellogg School of Management was founded in 1908.
- Rated 8th in the Forbes ROI MBA Rankings for US (2010).
- Kellogg's research centers include: The Accounting Research Center; The Center for Biotechnology; The Center for Business, Government and Society; The Center for Executive Women; The Center for Family Enterprises; The Center for Financial Institutions and Markets; etc.
The Ohio State University (Fisher)
- Fisher College of Business was founded in 1916.
- The Working Professional MBA Program is placed 30th nationally in the US News 2010.
- The Customized Curriculum Program has been placed 19th globally by BusinessWeek.
- Degrees offered include: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA); Full-time MBA; EMBA; Master of Business Logistics Engineering; Master of Accounting; etc.
Pennsylvania State University (Smeal)
- Smeal College of Business was founded in 1953.
- 14th among public schools, 5th in the Big Ten, and 36th overall in the nation (BusinessWeek ranking of U.S. undergraduate business programs 2007).
- It offers highly ranked undergraduate, MBA, executive MBA, Ph.D., and executive education programs.
Purdue University (Krannert)
- Krannert School of Management was founded in 1962.
- 75th in the world for its full time MBA according to the Economist Intelligence Unit 2008.
- The Doctoral Programs were ranked 19th in the world by Financial Times (2008) and 23rd in the world in 2009.
University of Illinois College of Business
- Illinois College of Business was founded in 1915.
- The College of Business houses three departments: accountancy, business administration, and finance.
- The undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting are regularly ranked as the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
University of Iowa (Tippie)
- Tippie College of Business was founded in 1915.
- The Full-time MBA is placed 35th in North America (EIU 2009).
- The College is accredited by the AACSB International.
University of Michigan (Ross)
- Ross School of Business was founded in 1924.
- The MBA is rated 5th by BusinessWeek in 2008.
- Michigan accounting faculty have won the American Accounting Association's Notable Contributions to the Accounting Literature prize.
University of Minnesota (Carlson)
- Carlson School of Management was founded in 1919.
- 29th among the Top MBA programs that incorporate Social and Environmental Issues (Aspen Institute 2005).
- The Carlson School has been accredited by AACSB International since 1963.
University of Wisconsin School of Business
- Wisconsin School of Business was founded in 1924.
- The undergraduate program was ranked 13th overall and 3rd among Big Ten business schools (U.S. News & World Report 2009).
- 95th globally in the Financial Times MBA Rankings 2009.
* Suggested Reading:
Good Business Schools
Top 10 MBA Colleges in US
Ivy League Business Schools
World of University Ranking and League Table
In UK there are some university league tables published every year by The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and The Guardian. In Australia the Good Universities Guide rating is a very useful handbook for anyone choosing a tertiary institution. For more information please see University Ranking by Country.