America’s Ten Best US Undergrad Business Schools

Huntsman Hall at the University of Pennsylvania.

High school seniors planning ahead are probably thinking about what they might like to do when that special day comes and they are graduates. Some of them are likely considering attending a four-year undergraduate degree program in business, a good choice as it opens doors to many possible career paths. Now that the ‘what’ has been decided, the next step is to consider the ‘where.’

Since the difference between a well-respected degree and an only ‘so-so’ degree can spell the difference between a highly paying and emotionally rewarding job and a not such well compensated job, it is important to consider the rankings of today’s best business schools.

College Factual studied the schools for USA Today. Here are their findings which are published for the 2015-2016 academic year. For more information about the schools and the methodology involved in finding the conclusions, go to the USA Today website.

1.    Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania
2.    The Haas School of Business at the University of California-Berkeley
3.    The Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California
4.    Bentley University
5.    Bryant University
6.    Georgetown University
7.    Pepperdine University
8.    Georgia Institute of Technology
9.    Gonzaga University
10.    Boston University

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