Business School Ranking 2016 (Undergraduate)

The University of Pennsylvania was ranked 1st in the nation according to the U.S. News & World Report undergraduate business school ranking, which is based on a survey of all undergraduate business program accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Boston College's Carroll School of Management retained its position among the top 25 undergraduate business schools, earning 22nd in the “The Best in Undergraduate Business” rankings of top AACSB-accredited programs.

Pitt Business was ranked 24th among U.S. public institutions and 39th among all U.S. institutions in the 2016 rankings of undergraduate business schools by U.S. News & World Report. It has been ranked within the top 25 of U.S. public programs for two consecutive years.

The Wake Forest School of Business' undergraduate program was ranked 34th in the nation among the 478 accredited business schools considered. In the U.S. News specialty ranking, the school was ranked 21st, securing its top-25 position in the Accounting category for the eighth consecutive year.

UNC Charlotte’s undergraduate business programs were ranked No. 114 out of 478 schools, in a tie with 16 other business schools nationwide. Statewide, UNC Charlotte ranks No. 4 out of 19 North Carolina schools with accredited undergraduate business programs that were included in the ranking.