TCNJ Business School Ranking

The School of Business at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) is one of the highly regarded b-schools in the nation. It has achieved its first ranking in the Business Week Survey of Best Undergraduate Business Schools, placing 72nd out of the 96 undergraduate business schools that qualified for inclusion in the 2008 survey.

TCNJ’s School of Business received its initial accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International in 1997 and was fully re-accredited in December 2008.


- The College of New Jersey’s School of business is rated 65th out of 113 schools that qualified for inclusion on the 2011 Bloomberg Businessweek Survey of Best Undergraduate Business Schools. It is the highest ranked undergraduate business program in New Jersey, ahead of Rutgers University and Seton Hall University. With over 1,500 institutions in the country offering business education, TCNJ is one of only two schools ranked in the survey that cater exclusively to undergrad business education.

- The College of New Jersey is ranked 47th on Bloomberg Businessweek’s “2010 Undergraduate Specialty Rankings” listing for accounting programs. Businessweek also rated TCNJ’s “Return on Investment” at 56th, a dollar value of $3.93 for salary per annual tuition dollar.

- The College is one of the 50 best undergraduate institutions in the U.S. and Canada to study game design, according to The Princeton Review (2010). It is the only school in the state of New Jersey to be included on the list.

- In 2008, TCNJ is ranked 5th nationally on the Financial Accounting & Reporting section of the exam (first time candidates with undergraduate degrees), and 1st among AACSB accredited institutions in New Jersey for percent of all parts passed by all candidates.

- TCNJ has been ranked as one of the 75 most competitive schools in the nation by Barron's Profiles of American Colleges.