Big Ten Business Schools

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.

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