Best Undergraduate B-Schools 2011

Bloomberg Businessweek has just released its "Best Undergraduate B-Schools of 2011" list.

Michigan State University Broad College of Business is ranked 44th nationally and 17th among public institutions. Last year, Businessweek ranked the college 43rd nationally and 16th among publics.

The Undergraduate Program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has moved up to 10th in Businessweek’s 2011 “Best Undergraduate B-Schools” ranking. The school also ranked in the top 10 in the areas of academic quality, median starting salary of seniors, and schools that send the most undergraduates to top MBA programs.

University of Cincinnati’s undergraduate business program is rated 87th, placing it in the top 20 percent of the 481 accredited US business schools. Earning an “A” in the student services and job placement category, the UC College of Business’ study abroad and career services offices provide the unique support students need.

Indiana University's Kelley School of Business is consistently listed in the publication's Top 20 and moved up one position to 18th. It remains 2nd among all Big Ten schools and moved up to 6th among such programs at public universities. Corporate recruiters surveyed by Business Week ranked Kelley as the eighth most favorite program nationally and the school's career placement office received an A-plus grade. Kelley also maintained its "A" grade for teaching quality and for the resources made available to students.

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