Ivy League Business Schools

According to Forbes Magazine, 90% of billionaires with M.B.A. obtained their master's degree from one of three Ivy League schools: Harvard, Columbia or Penn's Wharton School. Following are the Ivy League business schools in the United States:

The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
- Established in 1881 through a donation of Joseph Wharton and it is the world’s first collegiate business school.
- No. 1 in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2009.
- 11th in the Wall Street Journal MBA Ranking 2007.
- The MBA/JD is the country’s first fully integrated three-year program with Penn’s elite law and business schools – Wharton and Penn’s Law.

Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth College)
- Ranked as the 2nd best business school in the country by Forbes magazine (August 2009).
- Tuck students may participate in the following dual-degree programs: MBA/MALD with The Fletcher School at Tufts University; MBA/MPA with the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University; MBA/MELP with Vermont Law School's Environmental Law program; MBA/MA with the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.
- Tuck has exchange arrangement with some of the world-class business schools such as Australian Graduate School of Management; China Europe International Business School; ESSEC Business School; IESE Business School; London Business School; etc.

Harvard Business School (Harvard University)
- Ranked Number One in the 2010 US News Graduate Business School Rankings.
- Number One in the Princeton Review's list of the 'toughest schools to get into' 2008.
- It offers an intensive, two-year residential program leading to an MBA degree.
- HBS offers joint degree programs with several other Harvard schools: Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Law School, Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Dental Medicine.

Columbia Business School (Columbia University)
- Rated 4th in the QS Top MBA ranking 2009.
- It offers full-time MBA Program, EMBA, Executive Education, and Doctoral Program.
- The School's faculty are divided into five academic units: Accounting; Decision, Risk & Operations; Finance & Economics; Management; Marketing.
- The Accounting Division offers many elective courses in areas like valuation, management control systems, taxation and financial statement analysis.

S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management (Cornell University)
- Recruiters rank the Career Management Center at the S.C. Johnson School of Management as the 5th best in the nation by Business Week.
- The Two-Year MBA program spans 21 months. Second Year Concentrations include Consulting; Entrepreneurship; Leadership; Global Management; Sustainable Global Enterprise; Corporate Finance; Financial Investing; Financial Analysis; etc.

Yale School of Management (Yale University)
- Placed in the top 10 among major U.S. business schools based on the school's "return on investment" (Forbes magazine 2009).
- Yale SOM faculty are experts in accounting, finance, investing, strategy, game theory, operations research, organizational behavior, marketing, leadership, and public management.

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